Alex Ye
Staff Reporter
Alex Ye covers faculty and academics. He previously covered the endowment, finance and donations. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, he is a sophomore in Timothy Dwight majoring in applied mathematics.
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Jackson Institute hosts discussion with Ambassador Ryan Crocker

Ambassador Ryan Crocker, a former U.S. diplomat, engaged in a dialogue about how American diplomacy has changed since 9/11 with Executive Director of International Security Studies Ted Wittenstein.

Yale Debate Association considers benefits and drawbacks of year of virtual debate

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Yale Debate Association has spent the past year competing virtually, allowing for greater accessibility and changing the traditional travel schedule.

Y-H Spissue: Training, injury and recovery on Yale’s football team

Throughout the year, the Yale football team members pay attention to their physical health in all its forms — not only gritty training, but also […]

Yale admissions office emphasizes affordability to local high schools

A recent poster that the Yale admissions office sent to high schools informs students about financial aid policies.

The Zoom Dilemma: as some classes continue to have Zoom options, students grapple with whether to attend in person

After a year of online courses, some Yale classes this fall have maintained a hybrid model through optional Zoom lectures and recorded classes.  Some large […]

Yale professor proposes new method to detect dark matter

Yale professor David Moore, along with three other colleagues at other institutions, proposes the use of trapped electrons to detect dark matter.

Yale Institute for Global Health Seeks University affiliates

The Yale Institute for Global Health has invited Yale faculty to affiliate with the Institute in a bid to centralize global health research on campus. […]

Yale candidates for Board of Alders host town hall meeting

Two Yalies running for Board of Alders seats discuss housing affordability, public safety and the COVID-19 pandemic at a Tuesday evening town hall.

Elm cafe in Schwarzman Center opens for business

Elm, a cafe located within the newly-renovated Schwarzman Center, officially opened to students this past week. A centerpiece of The Underground, Elm is a coffee […]

Viral TikTok challenge incites violence and vandalism at local schools

A destructive and popular TikTok trend called “Devious Licks” has led to broken toilets, damaged sinks and stolen soap dispensers in Connecticut public schools over […]

Students return to in-person exams after more than a year of virtual learning

After a year of Zoom classes and virtual exams, classes at Yale have returned to offering in-person examinations this fall.  With the start of October, […]

Students in a crowded lecture hall