A Grateful Guest: How Yale Gives Back to its Host City

Greeted by the high-pitched giggles of students and the whirring of pencil sharpeners, Hannah Greene ‘18 enters the office at New Haven Reads, a place that truly has become a second-home for her. In the cramped, but cozy space, filled with cubicles of eager students and teachers, she awaits patiently for the twins she has …

Choosing the Community

“Here in America, we don’t guarantee equal outcomes… but we do expect that everybody gets an equal shot,” President Obama said when introducing America’s College Promise, a program to guarantee two years of free education for qualified students. He announced the proposal on January 9th at Pellissippi State Community College in Knoxville, a symbolic nod …

Malloy Bests Foley, Again

“Four years ago, Dan Malloy won by 6,404 and that is the size of a college campus,” stressed Emma Janger ‘16, Programs Director for College Democrats of America and president of College Democrats of Connecticut (CDCT). With previous voting margins so close, this gubernatorial race was called the tightest race in the country and drew …