Tiffany Petrosino
‘Second stores’ hope to repeat original success

An “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude may help University Properties fill storefronts, but not necessarily with entirely novel tenants. Within the last […]

Bulldogs bounce back to beat Wofford

Rebounds aren’t only for basketball. During last weekend’s matches in Greenville, S.C., the men’s tennis team recovered quickly from a 7-0 loss Saturday against Furman […]

Audubon toy store to shut doors

Even for toy stores, business is not always fun and games. After five years at 77 Audubon St., Richard Stack, owner of Toystore on Audubon, […]

Banged up Elis can’t stop Storm

The men’s tennis team may have lost its first match of the season but, in the words of Jeff Dawson ’09, it “got their competitive […]

Two new eateries to open on Chapel

Students looking for heath-bar mochas and green tea cheesecake will no longer have to venture beyond the confines of central campus. Sushi on Chapel will […]

Local restaurants hit by rising ingredient costs

In the national policy-making arena, leaders call it stagflation, but here in New Haven, Yorkside Pizza & Restaurant co-owner George Koutroumanis simply calls it a […]

Haller’s departure to spur search for new JE master

In a letter to the Jonathan Edwards College community on Nov. 29, University President Richard Levin announced preparations to begin the search for a new […]

Charney: ‘Sexy’ art crime not just in movies

Noah Charney thinks a lot about stealing expensive art. Dressed in a sports coat and shiny leather shoes, Charney, a leading researcher of art crime […]

Bass Library equipped for modern students

Yale’s underground library is going mainstream. When the newly named Bass Library — formerly known as Cross Campus Library — opens Oct. 19, Yalies will […]