Erin Bailey
Staff Reporter
Erin Bailey is a copy editor on the managing board and writes for the science and technology desk. Originally from Denver, Colorado, Erin is a sophomore in Davenport College studying biology.
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Yalies Share Their Gratitude

This year has been tough, but there have been joyful moments, too. We asked Yale students from different class years to write about some of […]

Giovanna Truong
A letter to my past self

Dear Erin, It’s me, but 2021 me — I know that number does not even seem real. You’re all the way in high school, probably on […]

New lung disease center opens in North Haven

Yale New Haven Hospital’s Winchester Center for Lung Disease opened on Tuesday. The state-of-the-art facility will serve as a comprehensive pulmonary center for lung health. […]

Yale’s approach to increasing STEM accessibility for FGLI students

A lack of preparation, imposter syndrome, under-resourced high schools, textbook costs and the student income contribution are just a few of the challenges faced by […]

Experts and students discuss seasonal affective disorder at Yale

As the pandemic rages on, seasonal affective disorder — seasonal depression and winter depression — is projected to worsen amid increased stress, decreased sunlight and […]

Yale Daily News
Yale researchers’ model for treating opioid use disorder gains widespread use

A treatment for opioid use disorder, developed by Yale doctors, is being adopted in emergency departments across the country. Yale doctors — professor of emergency […]

Yale alumni receive $30k prize for medical device design

A team of recent Yale alumni received a $30,000 prize from the CT Innovations Biopipeline Fund to continue developing a new medical device and to […]

Steve Girvin named director of Co-design Center for Quantum Advantage

The same day federal government officials announced a new $115 million center dedicated to conducting research on quantum research, Brookhaven National Laboratory announced that Yale […]

Why Did Yale Choose You?

Embracing Average “Out of the four candidates I saw this week for early action, she was by far the least impressive given the context of […]