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All posts tagged "police"
Lock your car
Last Thursday, I returned to my car after a day of classes to see the contents of my glove compartment thrown throughout the passenger side of my car. My car was burglarized. I searched my car to...
- Posted February 8, 2017
Three students arrested after marijuana found in residence hall
The Hamden Police Department arrested three students Nov. 4 after Hamden Police responded to a report of a drug complaint, according to a press release from Captain Ronald Smith. Andrew Stein, Thomas Famulary and Samuel Belanger were...
- Posted November 11, 2016
University hires former New Haven Police Chief
Former New Haven police chief Dean Esserman stepped down from his post on Sept. 7 following disciplinary leave, which started in July and transitioned to paid sick leave on August 16. His resignation was a mutual agreement between...
- Posted September 20, 2016
Slavery in New Haven
In 1850, an average slave in the American South cost $40,000 in today’s dollar. Today, a slave in terms of human trafficking costs about $90. Human trafficking is the illegal movement of people, typically for the purposes...
- Posted April 29, 2015
Grammy fashion police
Celebrities at the 57th Grammy Awards took the show by storm. They wore a wide array of designers and proved that they were more than just musically talented. Some celebrities who chose to step outside of...
- Posted February 18, 2015
Lt. Vance comes to campus
Lt. Paul Vance will speak to students about public relations between the press and the police on Wednesday, March 20, in Burt Kahn Court. Vance has become well known for the way he dealt with the press...
- Posted March 6, 2013
We do not wish to offend, but reflect reality
After much deliberation by the editorial board, the Chronicle saw fit to run the expletive in Senior arrested after filming another student’s arrest. Some may be offended by the word, and rightfully so. But we attempted to...
- Posted September 28, 2010