Uncategorized | 5:00 pm | April 7, 2009 | By Thomas Kaplan

Welcome to Cross Campus — online

Dear readers, In September, as part of a wider redesign of the News’ print edition, Cross Campus debuted in the left-hand column of the Oldest College Daily’s front page. With about ten short, pithy blurbs about goings-on around campus, it was an immediate hit with readers. Now, we are excited to bring Cross Campus to »

Uncategorized | 5:12 pm | January 18, 2009 | By Thomas Kaplan

Reporting on the inauguration, from Washington to WLH

Dear YaleDailyNews.com readers, As the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama draws near, the Yale Daily News will offer in-depth, behind-the-scenes coverage from Washington and around campus.  Just as News reporters traveled on Election Day to report with the Obama and McCain campaigns and with Yale students canvassing all over the country, more than a dozen »

Uncategorized | 2:05 pm | November 3, 2008 | By Thomas Kaplan

Reporting on Election Day, from Wasilla to West Haven

Dear YaleDailyNews.com readers, As the historic 2008 presidential election nears, the Yale Daily News will offer in-depth, student-focused reporting on a scale unprecedented for a college newspaper. Just as the News deployed reporters to cover the caucuses and primaries in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina and was one of only two Connecticut newspapers to »

Uncategorized | 3:29 am | August 29, 2008 | By Thomas Kaplan

Obama vows to ‘change’ America

By Thomas Kaplan DENVER — Sen. Barack Obama accepted the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday, vowing that “it’s time for us to change America” after what he called the failed presidency of George W. Bush ’68. Before countless Elis in front of their televisions and an energized crowd of tens of thousands at a »

Uncategorized | 5:21 pm | August 28, 2008 | By Thomas Kaplan

Obama: ‘We are a better country than this’

By Thomas Kaplan DENVER, 5:22 p.m. — The Obama campaign has released excerpts from the speech to be delivered this evening by Senator Barack Obama, the Democrative presidential nominee.  In remarks entitled “The American Promise,” Obama critiques the “failed presidency” of George W. Bush ’68 and — guess what — calls for change. “America, we »