Ángela Pérez
Staff Reporter
Ángela Pérez is City Editor of the YDN. She was a former beat reporter, covering City Hall and Women's Volleyball. She was a former editor and writer for the WKND desk. She is from Puerto Rico and plans to major in Architecture.
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ANALYSIS: The legacy of affirmative action

Data from a National Bureau of Economic Research paper confirm theories that maintaining legacy preference in admissions processes hurts racial diversity, while both legacy preference and race-conscious admissions significantly benefit wealthy applicants over their lower-class peers.

In controversial move, Dominican Friars on Yale’s campus ousted from St. Mary’s Church

The Archdiocese of Hartford’s announcement, which is part of a new pastoral plan in the city, has been met with backlash.

Racist, antisemitic vandalism discovered inside Kline Biology Tower

Update Oct. 7, This story has been updated to include additional comments from the University and New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker. Since Tuesday night’s announcement […]

Bulldogs take on Brown, look to keep Ivy title

As Ivy games start, the team is using what they’ve learned in the pre-season to start off strong.

VOLLEYBALL: Bulldogs fall just short of sweep at UConn Challenge

The Yale volleyball team won its matches against NJIT and Bryant but lost to in-state rival and tournament host UConn last weekend.

VOLLEYBALL: Bulldogs dominate at Stony Brook Invitational

Last weekend, the Yale volleyball team won all three of its games at the Stony Brook Invitational, the first away tournament of the season.

Volleyball players celebrate after a point
VOLLEYBALL: Bulldogs strive to succeed at Stony Brook Invitational

With a 2–1 record at home, the Yale volleyball team hopes to start a winning streak on the road at this weekend's away stint in New York.

Fans in the stands: Yale shares official fall spectator policies for indoor, outdoor games

At outdoor venues, unvaccinated fans must wear masks, while indoor venues currently require fans to be fully vaccinated and wear masks.

Yalies cheer on the football team at the Yale Bowl.
VOLLEYBALL: Bulldogs start season 2–1

The Yale volleyball team won games against Hartford and Quinnipiac in straight sets but fell to Syracuse in its first weekend of competition.

Yale volleyball players celebrate after a point
Lots has changed in New Haven’s mayoral race. Here’s what you need to know

After a long summer of campaigning, Karen DuBois-Walton has dropped out, leaving incumbent Mayor Justin Elicker as the sole Democratic candidate.

VOLLEYBALL: Defending Ivy League champs host first games this weekend

The Yale volleyball team, three-time defending Ivy League champions, aim to continue the dominance they showed in the fall 2019 season.

The Yale volleyball team celebrates their 2019 title win.