Tasnim Elboute
Staff Reporter
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Website may counter crime

A recent report highlights SeeClickFix, an online tool that city residents can use to report nonemergency issues in their neighborhoods, as a potential tool to fight crime.

Aggressive campaigning on Election Day

According to Liu, a registered student was woken up from a nap in a library to walk over to the polls.

The cupcake, plain and simple

In the menagerie of classic staples that is Katalina's, there is perhaps no item more tried and true than the chocolate chip cookie. It's not exactly your grandmother's perfectly-baked recipe or your slightly-burnt childhood dessert or a grocery-store Mrs. Field's variety — it's just a well-meaning chocolate chip cookie plain and simple. Who could fault it for that?

Local school breaks ground

On Tuesday morning, construction began on an additional school building for Common Ground, a community center and high school complex.

Police recover thousands of stolen electronics

Last week the New Haven Police Department raided local establishments that buy misappropriated Apple products.

Investment leader points to social change

Tokunboh Ishmael, one of Yale’s 2013 World Fellows spoke to a group of students Tuesday about how investments can create positive social change.

NHPS contemplates changes

Early in Garth Harries’ ’95 tenure as superintendent of the New Haven Public School system, the Board of Education is making changes at every level of the district, both restructuring the superintendent’s leadership team and ensuring that all students enjoy a recess period.

17% increase in child poverty unsurprising

A recent report from the U.S Census Bureau found that the portion of New Haven children living in poverty has increased by 17 percent since 2008.

Through the Lens: Squirrels at Yale

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Elicker-led committee passes environmental measures

Mayoral hopeful and Ward 10 Alderman Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 led a committee meeting of the Board of Aldermen to approve new measures to improve the city’s environmental practices.