Zeke Miller
Around New Haven: DeLauro touts ‘experimentation’ to spur economy, a la FDR

Rep. Rosa DeLauro held a forum on the economy in North Haven on Wednesday. A panel of local academics and business leaders discussed ways to […]

Briefly: State House candidate dead in apparent suicide

Derek Jerome Sr., the Republican candidate running to unseat State Rep. Frank Nicastro of Bristol, was found dead late Tuesday, in what police are calling […]

Briefly: Sex scandal sinks campaign

Democratic State Representative George Wilber resigned from office Tuesday after The Register Citizen exposed the $100,000 he paid to silence a woman regarding a child […]

Coffee, closer to home

Art history students can soon dash out of class, buy a cup of coffee and make it back before the next slide — all without […]

Convention unlikely for Conn.

For the first time in 20 years, a state constitutional convention may be on the docket. But if money is any indicator, the vote to […]

Conn. registers to vote

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. With just under three weeks left until the presidential election, Connecticut residents are […]

Panels to discuss class issues | Talks aid socioeconomic dialogue

The newly formed Intercultural Affairs Council will sponsor a series of panels addressing issues of socioeconomic bias in the coming months, Dean of Student Affairs […]

Debate fires up Hofstra

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — There were students everywhere. They held makeshift “Legalize Marijuana” signs. They held posters and banners from the Obama and McCain campaigns. The […]

At Law School, former U.S. attorney discusses his alleged political firing

Last week, Justice Department Inspector General Glenn A. Fine released the findings of an investigation into the Bush administration’s firing of U.S. Attorney David Iglesias […]

Pulitzer winner, four others win Cross medals

Wilbur Lucius Cross 1885 GRD 1889 was a man of many talents: He was a professor of English, the first dean of the Yale Graduate […]

Law school panel discusses bailout

Wall Street and Main Street intersected in Room 127 of the Law School last Thursday evening as Yale professors discussed the causes of and solutions […]