Anthony Moaton

WSHU Newman's Own Foundation Fellow

Anthony Moaton is a recent graduate from Oberlin College where he made his own major in Performance Studies. He comes to WSHU through the Newman's Own Foundation Fellowship, which gives recent college graduates an opportunity to spend a year working in a non-profit organization. He is excited to be working with and mentored by his amazing co-workers and to develop the skills and tools to become a more effective storyteller.

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New Haven Mayor Toni Harp wants to extend the runway at Tweed Airport to add more flights to more destinations. But residents who live near Tweed are worried about what expansion would mean for their quality of life.

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Dr. Carol Birks began her work today touring Wilbur Cross High School where she walked into a journalism class. There, she spoke to twelve students on what it meant for her to be the newest superintendent for the New Haven Public Schools.

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The state delegation for Bridgeport, Conn., is coming in support of the bill that could make the MGM casino a reality. They showed up at the Public Safety Committee hearing on the matter on Thursday.

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The Connecticut legislature’s Public Safety Committee will hear testimony Thursday morning about a bill to allow more casinos in the state.

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U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., is pushing for a vote in the Senate on a bill that will combat sex trafficking. The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act, or SESTA, would allow prosecutors and victims to hold websites liable for knowingly facilitating sex trafficking.