he boyfriend of the recent Yale University graduate who died in a car crash just days after urging fellow graduates to “make something happen to this world” in her final column for the Yale Daily News is facing charges.
Funeral services were held today for 22-year-old Marina Keegan. She was killed in a car crash near her Wayland, Massachusetts home on May 26.
A spokesman for a major Muslim organization is blasting the New York Police Department for spying on his community.
A co-founder of an acclaimed New Haven charter school and deputy mayor of New Jersey’s largest city has been introduced as Connecticut’s new education commissioner.
The 24-year-old body was found stuffed behind a wall at a Yale lab on Sept. 13, 2009. Raymond Clark III was sentenced to 44 years in prison for her killing.
Federal safety regulators say a piece of machinery that killed a Yale University student lacked required safeguards.
A year ago Friday, a tornado roared through Bridgeport, heavily damaging, among other things, the Barnum Museum. It still hasn’t reopened.
A 26-year-old Connecticut man has been sentenced to 44 years for killing a Yale graduate student days before her wedding.
Miller sought to rejoin the academy as the military moves to end its “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. She reapplied when Congress voted to repeal the law in December.
A Yale University student nearing graduation was killed inside a school lab when her hair was pulled into a piece of machine-shop equipment, an official said Wednesday.
Federal civil rights officials were looking into complaints by Yale University students that the school has a sexually-hostile environment and failed to adequately respond to incidents of sexual harassment.
A former animal research technician has pleaded guilty to murder and attempted sexual assault in the 2009 killing of a Yale University graduate student.
An attorney for Raymond Clark III, who was charged with strangling Le in 2009, said his client would plead guilty Thursday in New Haven Superior Court as part of a plea deal.
The interns will be assigned to departments throughout the White House, going as far up as the offices of Vice President Joe Biden and first lady Michelle Obama.
Yale University says a record number of potential undergraduates have applied to become members of the Class of 2015.