In a Thursday morning email to the University community, Peter Salovey announced that this will be his eleventh and final year as Yale’s president; he intends to depart this summer.
August 31, 2023
Aug. 20: Yale College class of 2027 arrives on campus. Yale Daily News Managing Editor Sophie Sonnenfeld gives us a glimpse of what move-in is […]
August 29, 2023
From playing in a rock band to reporting in Russia, Carney spoke about his career path and time in the West Wing at the event on Thursday evening.
April 10, 2023
After probable cause hearings earlier this week concluded, a judge ruled that the criminal trial for former MIT researcher Qinxuan Pan can continue.
December 9, 2022
In New Haven’s federal district courthouse Thursday, Quan Morgan’s case against fifteen Cheshire Correctional Institution officials proceeded with a focus on the grievance procedure in prison
December 8, 2022
State prosecutors presented evidence and testimony from five witnesses in a long-delayed probable cause hearing against Qinxuan Pan who was charged with murdering Yale Grad Student Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 in 2021.
December 6, 2022
In a recent filing, the city and plaintiff, Randy Cox who is suing New Haven in a civil case of police brutality, set forth rules for their $100 million settlement discussions.
Cox’s team called for city support, felony charges for the five officers charged with misdemeanors for their role in permanently paralyzing Cox.
November 30, 2022
Following a string of legal delays, Qinxuan Pan’s trial for the suspected murder of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 in 2021 has a new court date.
November 10, 2022
Rudolph Meredith, who gained $860,000 by facilitating side-door admissions deals, was sentenced to 5 months in prison Wednesday afternoon after his prosecutors had previously advocated no prison time.
November 9, 2022
On the one-year anniversary of a fatal hit-and-run outside Schwarzman Center, New Haven marks two more pedestrian deaths.
November 8, 2022