Sarah Mishkin
Former Lieberman adviser to teach class

Mr. Smith is coming to Yale. Sean Smith, that is, former campaign manager for Sen. Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67’s unsuccessful primary campaign against Ned […]

Activists lobby for immigrants

John Jaigo Lugo, organizer of immigrant rights group Unidad Latina en Accion, has to deal with an emergency — an undocumented immigrant in Winchester, Conn., […]

Political candidates flock to Facebook

New Haven Mayor and gubernatorial candidate John DeStefano Jr. doesn’t just want you to vote for him — he wants you to friend him. With […]

Lamont argues for troop pullout

Sitting in the back room of Naples Pizza and Restaurant, at a table with six microphones and no pizza, Democratic Senate candidate Ned Lamont SOM […]

Residents back Univ. expansion

At a public hearing Thursday night, members of the Dixwell community expressed support for the transfer of development rights of three dead-end New Haven streets […]

Meeting yields ideas for Elm City

Batting around 100 ideas ranging from building more bike lanes to developing conflict resolution classes in schools, community members and city aldermen spent Sunday listing […]

Rawls-Ivy steps down from board

Ward 28 Alderwoman Barbara Rawls-Ivy, who pled guilty Monday to embezzling almost $50,000 from a local nonprofit, announced Thursday that she would resign her seat […]

Lamont speaks of Iraq withdrawal

Democratic Senate candidate Ned Lamont SOM ’80 argued Wednesday against prolonged U.S. military involvement in Iraq, saying that the United States needs to refocus on […]

Alderwoman says she stole thousands

A New Haven alderwoman pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling $49,059 from a local nonprofit that provides services to residents of New Haven public housing while […]

Lieberman reaches out to local voters

Sen. Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 played the early bird Sunday morning with a campaign stop at Temple Street’s Diner 21, where the embattled politician […]

Univ. pays $10 million for development rights on Science Hill streets

In exchange for approximately $10 million for civic improvements on Science Hill, New Haven has granted Yale development rights on three dead-end streets on which […]