Collyn Robinson
Staff Reporter
Collyn Robinson served as the Multimedia Managing Editor for the Managing Board of 2025. Before that, he served as the lead producer for the “Full Disclosure” podcast. Originally from St. Louis, he lives in Silliman College and is majoring in Film and Media studies.
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TRACK AND FIELD: Bulldogs split up between UConn and Princeton

The men’s and women’s track and field teams split up their squads this past weekend between the Larry Ellis Invitational at Princeton and the Northeast Challenge at UConn.

Welcome to the News’ special issue commemorating Black History Month!

When I took on the role of leading the spissue, I knew I did not want to have a theme. We too often find ourselves […]

Chris Rabb ’92 hosts genealogy workshop 

Pennsylvania State Representative Chris Rabb ’92 spoke to members of the Yale and New Haven community to teach them how to trace their own ancestry.

‘No substitute for excellence’: Tuskegee Airman honored at The House

Brigadier General Enoch Woodhouse ’52 joined members of the Yale and New Haven community for a conversation on Tuesday at the Af-Am House.

Af-Am House window shattered, Yale police investigating

On Nov. 13, a group of students in the Afro-American Cultural Center heard a window being shattered in the back of The House.

IN PHOTOS: Yale Symphony Orchestra Halloween Show

YTV: Weekly Roundup Week of 9/18 – 9/22

Producers: Olivia Cevasco, Nydia del Carmen and Max Sternlicht Editors: Linden Skalak and Bronwen Pailthorpe Camera: Nydia del Carmen and Linden Skalak Sound: Nydia del […]

Interview | YCC President, VP on Salovey’s Departure

  On Aug. 31, University President Peter Salovey announced his intent to step down from Yale’s helm this June. Multimedia Managing Editor Collyn Robinson sat […]

DATA: Survey suggests Yalies support affirmative action at rates slightly higher than national average

In a News survey, 67 percent of 360 Yale students, staff and faculty expressed support for race-conscious admissions, compared to roughly 60 percent of Americans per national polls.

Havens of freedom: The history of two New Haven churches that were stops on the Underground Railroad

Varick Memorial Church and Dixwell Congregational Church have a rich history as sites that served as safe havens for freedom-seeking enslaved people.

The Yalie Ep 16: Making Science Courses Accessible

In this episode, Collyn Robinson ’25 interviews Pranava Dhar ’25 and Alex Ye ’25 about the goal of Yale’s distributional requirements, the feasibility of the […]