Talia Soglin
Staff Reporter
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Alders table lead law

In a debate two weeks ago, Mayor Toni Harp and mayoral challenger Justin Elicker SOM ’10 FES ’10 each instructed members of the public to […]

New Haven and lead: What has the Elm City done to combat its lead crisis?


I don’t know what heaven smells like, but I hope it smells like the savonnerie. Bottles of potions — perfumes, colognes, shampoo, eau de toilette […]

The Happy School

When Anna Hope Emerson ’20 was in the second semester of her first year at Yale, her Google Drive was filled with other people’s stories. […]

Esty will not seek re-election

Facing heavy criticism, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty LAW ’85, D-Conn., announced on Monday that she will not seek re-election after it was revealed that she […]

New Haven tagger must pay for graffiti, court rules

Until recently, local taggers could be almost assured they would not be held financially responsible for damages resulting from their graffiti. But in January, a […]

Diapers tied to health, economic outcomes

A partnership between the Diaper Bank of Connecticut and the Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis at the University of Connecticut bore fruit last week when […]

“When Women are Around”

Super Ace

When Lola, who uses the pronoun they, was about 15 or 16, they remember hearing their friends from their small all-girls high school talk about […]

Candidates vie for public funding

As Connecticut’s 2018 gubernatorial election approaches, candidates are raising money in the hopes of qualifying for public financing. The Citizens’ Election Program, signed into law […]

Activists prep for Temporary Protected Status program termination

New Haven immigration activists and attorneys this week condemned President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Temporary Protected Status program for U.S. residents from El […]