Victoria Katsarou
Battell analyzes effects of change

Four months after Battell Chapel converted to a non-denominational church, it remains unclear whether the original goal of increasing participation has been achieved. Battell officially […]

City could lose funds for housing

New Haven may not be able to deliver on a promised revitalization of low and moderate income housing projects as nearly $1 million in U.S. […]

City school interns build ties

This year, the efforts of Yale’s public school interns continue to shape the experiences of New Haven’s public school students, particularly at Vincent Mauro Elementary […]

Day of service draws 125

Approximately 125 community-minded freshmen ventured out into New Haven Saturday for the inaugural Freshman Day of Service, bonding with classmates while volunteering at a range […]

Dwight Hall raises storm aid

Dwight Hall kicked off its efforts to assist Hurricane Katrina victims with an open-microphone event Tuesday night, combining poetry, dance and music. The aim of […]

Battell Chapel adjusts to new worship model

After severing its 200-year tie with the United Church of Christ last May, Battell Chapel opened its doors last Sunday to students and community members […]

Service marks end of Yale’s relationship to church

Ending a relationship of more than two centuries, congregants of the Church of Christ in Yale held their last service affiliated with the United Church […]

City police stop TANG tournament

TANG, Delta Kappa Epsilon’s traditional annual drinking competition and party, was interrupted yesterday afternoon by New Haven Police, who stopped the competition and confiscated most […]

Chess players extend skills to local kids

Few are able to help the community while playing their favorite game, yet the Yale Chess Club does just that. Each week several club members […]

Students decry Arabic professor’s departure

Ten first-year Yale Arabic students visited the offices of University Provost Andrew Hamilton and President Richard Levin Thursday morning dressed in white to protest the […]

Magnet school to use solar energy system

New Haven solidified its commitment to education and renewable energy Monday, as city officials announced plans to bring the state’s largest solar energy system to […]