Erica E. Phillips writes about opportunities for Connecticut’s small manufacturing companies and the ‘care economy.’
Someone recently described me as “the Lewis Black of transportation:” angry, cynical and sarcastic. That’s high praise, in my view.
WSHU spoke with CT Mirror’s Tom Condon to discuss his article on why Connecticut is turning more intersections into roundabouts.
If you’re one of the 3 million Americans who flew on Sunday, congratulations. That’s a new one-day record, according to the TSA. But that’s nothing compared to the 5.7 million New Yorkers who take the subway, bus or commuter rail each day in NYC.
Erica E. Phillips writes about the people and career paths in Connecticut’s “working class” and celebrates Small Business Saturday.
WSHU spoke with CT Mirror’s Dave Altimari to discuss his article written with Jenna Carlesso on the pending sale of three hospitals to YNHH.
WSHU spoke with CT Mirror’s Keith M. Phaneuf to discuss his article written with Jessika Harkay on the end of pandemic relief to colleges and universities.
From test scores to extracurricular activities to application essays to teacher and counselor recommendations, nearly every academic indicator purported to reflect student merit is highly correlated with privilege.
In 2019 Metro-North got $23 million in funding for onboard Wi-Fi. Commuters still don’t have it.
WSHU spoke with CT Mirror’s Jan Ellen Spiegel to discuss her article on efforts to help mitigate flooding along Connecticut’s shoreline.
Erica E. Phillips writes about a book on poverty and CT’s B Corporations — companies that meet certain environmental and labor standards.
As a young man I wanted to become a civil engineer and design the railroads of the future. So I went to one of the nation’s best engineering schools, Lehigh University, only to find out in my freshman year that I’d need calculus, physics and chemistry. So I ran quickly to the Arts College and […]
WSHU spoke with CT Mirror’s Katy Golvala to discuss her article written with Jenna Carlesso on CT’s Prospect Medical-owned hospitals.
Erica E. Phillips writes about local business districts and Connecticut’s new “make it here” campaign and promotional video.
WSHU’s Ebong Udoma spoke with CT Mirror’s Ginny Monk to discuss her article on the increase in family homelessness in Connecticut.