Aidan Campbell
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS: Fighting for food, housing and health

Jessica Arroyo
YNHH embraces telehealth as coronavirus disrupts doctor visits

As the floors of Yale New Haven Hospital have been filled with coronavirus patients, and in-person visits have become perilous, clinicians have been turning to […]

Eric Wang
Yale opens Lanman Center field hospital to general public

After opening an overflow medical facility in the Payne Whitney Gymnasium’s Lanman Center to serve Yale community members during the COVID-19 pandemic, Yale Health has […]

Yalies launch organization to support Elm City’s COVID-19 response

Led by Jackson Institute for Global Affairs Lecturer Nathaniel Raymond, more than 50 Yalies are working on various projects in support of New Haven’s response […]

PWG converted to temporary medical facility

Yale Health staff are preparing the Lanman Center in Payne Whitney Gymnasium as a temporary medical facility to house patients who cannot be treated at […]

PROFILE: John Ginnetti, Owner of 116 Crown

John Ginnetti sits on a barstool, a drink in hand, his face illuminated by the glowing onyx bar. He is reading, reviewing the chapters for […]

Lukas Flippo
Is the future of dining halls ID-free?

Dartmouth Dining Service announced plans on Feb. 21 to introduce biometric scanners on campus, replacing ID swipes with hand swipes in the Class of 1953 […]

Peace by Piece

When I was a little girl, growing up in Wisconsin, my mother read to me. At the end of the night, before tucking me in […]

City briefing on shooting leaves more questions

Following an officer-involved shooting on Tuesday, a crowd of over 100 community members gathered for a protest outside University President Peter Salovey’s home on Wednesday night.

Anchored in Alaska

Zeke Blackwell ’13 couldn’t talk on Friday, nor over the rest of the weekend. He had a Pink Floyd concert, a cabaret for Planned Parenthood, […]