Skyler Inman
Staff Reporter
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Remember the Ladies

I desire you would Remember the Ladies, and be more generous and favourable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into […]

The road to wealth

The old Tucsonan man removes his moon-shaped tinted glasses. You can tell he doesn’t want to cry on camera, but his voice wavers and eventually […]

With sit-in, FFY raises the stakes

In its most confrontational act against the administration yet, Fossil Free Yale made the question of divestment impossible to ignore.

Behind Bergdahl, a Yale professor

On Nov. 23, 1970, just off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, a Lithuanian sailor named Simonas Kudirka jumped ship.

CSCU and faculty unions take opposing approaches to budget deficit

As leaders in Connecticut State Colleges and Universities continue to address the system’s projected $48 million budget deficit for the next fiscal year, the system and its faculty unions have taken different approaches to the potential financial crisis.

State education cuts prompt tuition hikes

As public universities in Connecticut continue to grapple with a projected $48 million deficit, the Board of Regents for Higher Education voted Thursday afternoon to approve a 4.8 percent tuition increase for students across the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system.

Protest targets alleged wage theft at 116 Crown

Late last week, a crowd of roughly 50 protesters rallied outside of 116 Crown, a high-end bar in downtown New Haven.

Proposed state education budget draws criticism

Amid continued discussion of Gov. Dannel Malloy’s new budget proposal, including a series of public hearings by the Connecticut House Appropriations Committee, members of the education community have come out decidedly against the governor’s funding plan for the state’s public schools and universities.

Committee reviews NHPS funding equity

Amid statewide talk of tightening funds following Gov. Dannel Malloy’s budget proposal last month, the Operations and Finance Committee of the New Haven Public Schools’ Board of Education convened Monday evening to talk money — specifically, equity in school funding.

“Selma” screened after panel on race

Roughly 200 New Haven residents gathered downtown at The Criterion Theater Thursday morning for a discussion about race relations in America and issues of discrimination against black males.

Domestic workers file suit against cleaning company

Five domestic workers from Connecticut are suing their employer in a federal wage theft lawsuit, claiming that they were denied the few legal rights that protect domestic workers.