Skakel McCooey
Staff Reporter
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Governor candidates debate pot

State drug policy was on the table at the first Connecticut statewide gubernatorial debate, held Tuesday night in Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall.

Yalies celebrate Thanksgiving on campus

Every year, thousands of Yale students leave campus for the November recess to reunite with friends and family, enjoy a break from classes and celebrate […]

Icarus Duo drums in Beinecke

Yale College New Music on Thursday presented “Shake, Rattle & Roll V,” a percussion performance by Matt Keown MUS ’16 and Jeff Stern MUS ’16 […]

Alder donates spare funds to charity

After raising $8,660 in donations for her successful campaign for Ward 7 alder, Abigail Roth ’90 LAW ’94 announced last week that she will divide […]

Yale debuts new event space

“Yale on York,” the University’s new event space at 150 York St., opened on Thursday, as a temporary venue for Yale traditions like the First-Year […]

New Haven–to-Hartford train fare lowered

New Haven residents will soon be able to take a train to the state’s capital for the same amount of money it takes to purchase […]

Yale adopts new drug policy

Yale announced on Thursday a new medical emergency policy that will protect students from being charged with alcohol and drug violations when seeking medical help in emergencies.

Yale professors laud Nobel recipients

After the announcement of the 2017 Nobel Prizes between Oct. 2 and Oct. 9, Yale professors, several of whom have worked with this year’s prize […]

Yale study sheds new light on limb regeneration

Using a new technique, Yale researchers gained insight into the process of limb regeneration and came one step closer to applying such regenerative strategies to […]

Hotel Duncan to undergo renovations

After 123 years of operation, Hotel Duncan, a historic property in the Chapel Street Historical District, was sold for a reported $8 million to the […]

Writers discuss artistic climate under Trump

Prominent writers, poets and editors gathered Friday in the Whitney Humanities Center as part of the annual Windham-Campbell Prizes to discuss how the policies and […]