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The former Yale University dining hall worker who resigned after smashing a stained-glass window depicting slaves is asking for his job back.

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You've probably heard by now of Pokémon Go -- the augmented reality game sweeping the nation. The game, which came out only weeks ago, is based on the hit ‘90s anime show that followed teens who train mythical animals for battle. It’s become wildly popular. Now, millions of people are running around with the phone game that allows them to find and train Pokémon by visiting real-life locations.

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Every month, New Haven Bike Party takes to the streets to roll through the city in funny hats and costumes. And July was no exception: on Friday, July 7, the group celebrated its one-year anniversary with–well–a birthday party. A motley group of about 30 riders rolled through New Haven with balloons, funny hats, and brightly lit bicycles, while stopping for cake and beer along the way. 

WSHU’s Katie Toth spoke with New Haven organizer Coby Zeifman about Bike Party New Haven’s one-year birthday in this audio postcard. Have a listen:

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A dining hall employee at Yale University shattered a stained-glass window with a broomstick last month at Calhoun College and faces criminal charges. Now he’s become a hero for people who want the university to change the college’s name.

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Connecticut’s Department of Health said they’re sending 700 new doses of naloxone, or Narcan, to New Haven on Friday. That’s because the city’s first responders nearly ran out of the opioid antidote Thursday night when police believed at least 16 people had overdosed from fentanyl in the previous 48 hours.

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