Valerie Pavilonis
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Chalk festival draws crowds

The third annual Chalk Art Festival was held at the Shops at Yale this Saturday, bringing together professional and amateur artists alike from all over […]

CROSS COUNTRY: Bulldogs Race at CCSU Mini Meet

The Yale men’s and women’s cross country teams raced Friday at the CCSU Mini Meet, with the men snagging a second-place finish and the women […]

Yale hosts “Flipped Science Fair”

Yale researchers and local middle schoolers turned a typical science fair upside down on Saturday as they participated in the second annual Flipped Science Fair […]

CROSS COUNTRY: Bulldogs race at Pre-Nats

Concluding their regular seasons by competing at the Pre-National Invitational, the Yale men’s and women’s cross country teams raced Saturday at the Thomas Zimmer Course […]

Art School grads create art space

With the help of Deborah Berke, dean of the School of Architecture, two graduates of the Yale School of Art are giving back to their […]

RUGBY: Bears end Bulldog’s winning streak

The Yale rugby team battled with Brown head-on in a pair of games during Family Weekend only to have its previous Ivy League winning streak […]

Lucas Holter
Alders discuss environmental and city policy

New Haven’s City Services and Environmental Policy Committee met Thursday evening at City Hall to discuss several citizen requests and concerns, focusing especially on proposed […]

Maple, Cows and ‘Go Harvard’: A State Fair Story

Perhaps the only thing better than waking up at 7 a.m. on a Saturday is not waking up at 7 a.m. on a Saturday. But […]

Valerie Pavilonis
LEAD popular around the country

On Sept. 26, a panel of graduate students and community organizations met to discuss New Haven’s Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program, known as LEAD, which […]

Study pinpoints gene crucial to alcohol withdrawal

For decades, researchers have failed to determine why some people with a drinking problem have struggled to quit their addictions, while others can stop consuming […]

Pre-arrest diversion program under fire

A New Haven social program designed to reduce arrests for people with substance-use disorders and mental illnesses came under fire at a teach-in hosted by […]