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Bias in Blue

Bringing forth new allegations, Black students and New Haven residents say that Yale’s police presence has threatened their sense of safety and belonging. Keep Reading

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The Price of Freedom

Cash bail keeps low-income people locked up. In New Haven and New York, two organizations are fighting against it, with different consequences for their communities. Keep Reading

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Multiple Choice

What is the future of education in New Haven? With the city up in arms, three schools may hold the answer. Keep Reading

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Pangaea’s Edge

New Haven sits on the birth scars of the Atlantic Ocean. The rocks here tell the story of its human history. Keep Reading

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The City Builder

New Haven is a pockmarked city, riddled with reminders of an era when City Hall thought the only way to save it from economic peril was to tear out row houses and typewriter shops and replace them with beasts of concrete and steel. One of those beasts, the Knights of Columbus tower, looms over one… Keep Reading

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A Fragile Sanctuary

Marco Antonio Reyes Alvarez’s bags were almost packed. He had his ticket for a flight the next morning, August 8, to Ecuador, the country he left twenty years ago for the United States. At his home in Meriden—a small city midway between Hartford and New Haven—Fanny Torres Reyes, his wife of twenty-four years, their three… Keep Reading

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