Claire Lee
Staff Reporter
Claire Lee serves as Co-Editor in Chief of Yale Daily News Magazine. Originally from San Diego, California, she is a senior in Pauli Murray College majoring in English and Economics. She has previously served as Managing Editor and Associate Editor of Magazine.
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Asian cultural shows make comeback

Asian American cultural groups are working behind the scenes to put on cultural shows as COVID-19 restrictions wane at Yale, but the groups still face troubles and challenges

COLLOQUIUM: Senior theses on Asian American issues

Graduating seniors from various disciplines dedicated their theses to Asian American issues this past academic year. Read to learn more about their projects.

February Editors’ Note

Hi Mag Fam, How are you all? Here at Mag, things are going well. This semester has seen an increase in our editorial board, a […]

Regina Sung
The Wallace Prize: 2022 Guidelines

The Wallace Prize is the most prestigious independently awarded undergraduate writing prize for fiction and nonfiction at Yale. Winners will receive a substantial cash prize, […]

The Kings at Yale virtually adapts to showcase Martin Luther King, Jr. archives

The Kings at Yale online exhibition at Yale’s library commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr.’s achievements and legacy by capturing the moments of his and his […]

Reentry nonprofit aims to support members through the pandemic

Though the coronavirus outbreak forced temporary closures, EMERGE, a New Haven nonprofit reentry organization, is trying to support its members who have had to stop […]

INSIGHT: Beyond the love for capitalism

During the last week of winter break, shoulder to shoulder with a good friend from home, I strolled into Target, unsuspecting of the decorative hit […]

Anasthasia Shilov
Wittes talks end of the Mueller investigation

After the U.S. Department of Justice released the Mueller report on Thursday, much of the American public was left wondering: What comes next? Benjamin Wittes, […]

Humanities dean Amy Hungerford discusses acclaimed poet

In front of a crowd of roughly 30 people, Dean of Humanities Amy Hungerford discussed the poetic philosophy of Wallace Stevens, the acclaimed poet. The […]

POETRY: Kumiho

I. Undergrowth: lady in russet, her nine tails sweeping beds of foliage. Earth creaks on its axis as she bays for soft human liver.   […]

Min Jin Lee ‘90 discusses her book, immigration at College Tea

When Min Jin Lee ’90 was a student at Yale College, she attended a Trumbull College tea that changed her life. The invitee at the […]