Maurie McInnis’ GRD ’90 GRD ’96 announcement as Yale’s 24th president sparked mixed reactions among students. McInnis has ...
George Pierson ’26 GRD ’36 famously termed Yale “at once a tradition, a company of scholars, a society of friends.” Today, that society numbers just under 200,000 strong. Nearly 90 percent of those ...
Last weekend, I saw the Yale Dramatic Association’s production of “We are Proud to Present,” written by Jackie Sibblies Drury and directed by Shariffa Ali. […] ...
An essay in Sunday’s New York Times Book Review noted that “humanities departments thrive at elite institutions (at Yale, for example, History has long been […] ...
In 2021, Yale Daily News photographers captured protesters gathering at Beinecke Plaza, athletes midair at the Yale-Harvard football game and the inner workings of New Haven’s first COVID-19 vaccine ...
Anime, in the West, remains relatively niche. Most Americans recognize Sherlock Holmes, Superman and Captain Ahab; fewer know Detective Conan, Saitama or Luffy. Aside from […] ...
Today, the News is publishing a special satirical “Harvard sucks” News’ View. Good start, but they don’t go far enough. Harvard actually sucks. Like, literally, […] ...
Last week, Mayor Justin Elicker released early demographic data for COVID-19 cases that indicates a disproportionate impact on black and Latinx New Haveners. But the […] ...
The nation’s oldest college daily first began publishing on the Web in February 1995. While the constant change going on at yaledailynews.com can be a source of frustration for editors, managers and ...
Yale’s UNITE HERE unions have devoted time, money and energy in support of two-term incumbent Toni Harp’s re-election campaign.