Stephanie Addenbrooke
Staff Reporter
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2019 by the numbers: On, and off, the field

Even just after the first day of shopping period, the unique challenges that recruited athletes and hopeful varsity walk-ons face have already begun to manifest clearly.

2019 by the numbers: Keeping faith at Yale

Each year, the rich chords of religious music and the holy verses of religious rhetoric welcome the incoming class at the Freshman Assembly. For some students, these traditions make the event a comforting opening to the year. For others, the prominence of faith is jarring, or even inappropriate amid the University’s non-religious mission.

New Haven police forces pilot body cameras

Twenty-seven volunteers within the New Haven Police Department began their duties Tuesday morning with a new accessory: a body camera.

Roberson, 54, remembered in laughter and celebration

Standing under a banner that read “This is the Lord’s doing,” Sherell Nesmith stood to say goodbye to her brother, whom she called “Bobo.”

Mystery of dismembered limbs still at large

The family and friends of Ray Roberson, whose dismembered body parts were found across New Haven this summer, have yet to find peace, as the cause of his death remains unknown.

2019 by the numbers: First impressions

On Aug. 12, the News sent all incoming freshmen a survey with questions running the gamut from family life to post-graduate plans. This is the first in a four-part series on the results.

YPD reports Dwight Street shooting

A person has been shot on Dwight Street, the Yale Police Department reported to the University community early Monday morning.

Human torso found on Crown Street

Following the discovery of four severed limbs — two legs and two arms — earlier this month, police officers found a human torso today at 274 Crown St.

Storied Anchor Bar to reopen under new owner

The storied restaurant and bar will keep its original name, with some changes to the facade at 272 College St.

NHPD to investigate case of severed legs as homicide

The police departments of New Haven and the Metropolitan Transit Authority are now formally investigating the discovery of severed body parts roughly two weeks ago as a homicide, after DNA testing identified that the pair of severed legs found belonged to a homeless man last seen alive on May 20.

Human arms and legs found near train tracks in New Haven

A pair of human legs were discovered on the corner of Court and State streets by New Haven Police Department this morning.