Stephanie Addenbrooke
Staff Reporter
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ADDENBROOKE: Ask, and it shall be given?

Content warning: This article contains references to suicide and self-harm. *** The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a hotline for individuals in crisis or for […]

Your Yale Week: Sept. 13

1. Elicker emerges victorious in mayor primary 2. Yale lobbies for cross-national research 3. Rumpus resurrects, controversy continues

Your Yale Week: March 8

1.Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie GRD’08 to speak at Class Day 2. YPD cites 17 students at divestment sit in 3. Bass shares renovation details Eli Swab […]

Your Yale Week: Jan. 17

1. Yale opts out of DKE punishment 2. Slifka to offer late night dining 3. Students can now register as non-binary with SIS Yannis Messaoui […]

Labor Unity Rally

Hundreds of labor union members, New Haven residents, clergy and students joined hands at the Unity Rally at City Hall on Wednesday night — an […]

President-elect Donald Trump New Haven Protest: 11/10/16

“United Against Hatred: We are here to stay” protest. Roughly 500 Elm City residents and Yale students gathered outside New Haven City Hall Thursday evening […]

Your Yale Week: April 8, 2016

Your Yale Week December 4 hosted by Julie Kim Paul Simon draws 1,000 to Battell Chapel http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2016/04… Yale properties remain under tax scrutiny http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2016/04… We […]

SciTech Corner – Apr. 6

Peter sits down with YDN SciTech desk editor Stephanie Rogers to talk monsters and second breakfasts.

Hard to read

“I hear you have dyslexia,” someone said to me a couple weeks ago. He said the word in a hushed tone, as if offering a form of protection from the people around me.

Ashlyn Oakes
Tracing Elm City inequality: Transit lines put jobs out of reach

At her first annual State of the City address in February 2014, Mayor Toni Harp identified transportation as more than just a city service issue. Transportation, she said, was a civil rights issue.

Tracing Elm City inequality: Housing divides downtown

Walking into Church Street South, visitors are welcomed by a simple, geometric mural: a smiling sun with people smiling beneath it. Once a bright entry into a thriving housing complex, the mural is now faded, much like the complex seated behind it.

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