Tiffany Clay
Just plodding along? Take a (metaphorical) leap

This summer, I learned one strategic, transferable lesson: Throw yourself off a bridge from time to time. That’s right — and the higher the better. […]

Local soup kitchens see increased demand

It’s 5:30 p.m., and there is food to be served as the people of New Haven slowly shuffle into the already packed dining hall of […]

ABC anchor Jennings advocates for literacy

ABC News anchor Peter Jennings, who dropped out of his Canadian preparatory school almost half a century ago, spoke in New Haven Tuesday about the […]

Playing with optical toys, from dioramas to IMAX

At 12:30 p.m., a small group gathered on the third floor of the Yale Center for British Art as a man with a crisp British […]

IKEA another step closer to reality

A committee of the New Haven Board of Aldermen voted Tuesday to approve furniture retailer IKEA’s plan to open a store in New Haven. The […]

Attorney General releases Berkeley Divinity report

The Connecticut Attorney General’s Office disclosed the findings Wednesday of its investigation into alleged financial mismanagement at the Berkeley Divinity School. Officials at the Yale-affiliated […]

Aldermen divided over Iraq resolution

The New Haven Board of Aldermen failed to pass a resolution Monday night that would have opposed U.S. military action against Iraq. The vote came […]

In arts district, mixed fortunes

At half past noon, Clark’s Pizza is overflowing with people. As waiters rush between tables to take orders, the small pizza restaurant on Whitney Avenue […]

Yalies say advising is in need of overhaul

When one group of freshmen sat down with their faculty adviser for the first time three weeks ago, the conversation did not revolve around Yale […]