How to Keep a Promise

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Features

The New Haven Promise program goes off to college this fall.

Title IX: Taking Yale to Court

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Criticals

Perspectives from a plaintiff in the landmark 1977 case Alexander v. Yale.

Hide Your Tires

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Features

Traveling in used tires, the world’s deadliest mosquito threatens to invade Connecticut.

Not on Their Watch

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Features

Putting on the red jacket of international civilian crime-fighting brotherhood, the Guardian Angels.

A Trip to the Corner Store

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Snapshots

A hard look at New Haven’s bodegas.

Institute

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Points of Departure

The New Haven Institute of Religion on a nice sunny day like today.

Nota Bene

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Points of Departure

Taking the wooden chairs of WLH for its pews, Yale’s Sacred Harp singing ensemble continues a centuries-old tradition begun by New Haven’s own Puritans.

American Elm, American City

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Points of Departure

Over the centuries, the Elm City’s eponymous tree has weathered cankworms, beetles, and the teeth of villagers’ hungry horses. Now, a local group has taken up a mission to stop the greatest threat of all: Dutch elm disease.

Roaring Success

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by in Points of Departure

Roaring Brook Press, a small children’s book publisher founded in Brookville, Connecticut, has swept the Caldecott Medal in recent years. What does it take for old-fashioned success in an Internet-savvy, Twilight-obsessed publishing world?

The House That Alice Built

Posted on 17. Apr, 2011 by in Profiles

Before women could vote, Alice Washburn was building the most beautiful houses in New Haven and Hamden.

All content © 2010 by The New Journal. All rights reserved.