On the walls of the Davenport dining hall reside two paintings of momentous historic value, as they demonstrate that every person at all associated with a residential college, in many ways, becomes it. ...
As Nelson Pinos continues to deal with deportation orders, the New Haven community, including some Yale students, fight by his side for a humane outcome.
When you look at Hooker, you have to question what smaller community the school is trying to create.
“Applied math is not just understaffed—it’s underwater. It doesn’t really exist. The university likes to say it does.”
“There is tremendous strength that comes when people of all good conscience come together.”
“It’s been getting harder, you know. The lobsters just aren’t here anymore.”
“It’s hard being a little guy,” he said. “You’re small but expected to do the same thing as a larger grower, but with less resources. You just can’t absorb that type of cost.”