Talia Soglin
Staff Reporter
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Demand spikes for off-campus housing

The number of students living in off-campus housing spiked this year, following the University’s announcement of social distancing guidelines and restrictions in response to the […]

City launches emergency housing fund

New Haven announced a housing relief fund last week, with the hopes of providing much-needed aid to renters and homeowners during the coronavirus pandemic. The […]

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Connecticut renters face end of eviction moratorium, dwindling rental assistance funds

As summer draws to a close, Connecticut renters will soon face the termination of housing policies intended to help stave off the financial effects brought […]

CT joins federal immigration suit

Citing threats to public health amid an ongoing pandemic, Connecticut and two other states asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to halt implementation of […]

Andre Faria ’21: Empty Elm City streets

Andre Faria’s ’21 apartment building across from Alpha Delta Pizza feels empty now. “A lot of people’s letters are just piling up."

Legal services help children and youth affected by pandemic

Although children seem to be relatively invulnerable to the worst health effects of COVID-19 — a silver lining as the virus shuts down public life […]

Land deals advance, prompt concern

Plans to sell city-owned properties to local developers are advancing despite concerns over their lack of affordable housing stipulations. Both land deals moving through the […]

CT joins another air pollution lawsuit against EPA

Last week, Connecticut joined four other states in filing a new air pollution lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency. The lawsuit — one of a […]

City gets affordable housing funding

New Haven will receive $3.9 million in federal funds to improve the city’s public housing this year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development […]

NHPD to distribute harm reduction kits

The New Haven Police Department rolled out a program last week, which distributes free clean needles and community health resources for individuals released from detention. […]

Alders approve UNH lease

The University of New Haven is one step closer to beginning construction of a new marine science center at the Canal Dock Boathouse on Long […]