Gavin Guerrette
Staff Reporter
Gavin Guerrette is a junior Humanities major in Branford College. He is Co-Editor in Chief of the Yale Daily News Magazine and a Photography Desk editor. Gavin previously covered faculty scholarship and breakthroughs for the University Desk.
Author Archive
FICTION: Morning Walk

In the gray morning light, I walked through the forest behind my father. I dragged my hands across the moss that grew up the sides […]

PHOTO ESSAY: States of Abandon

PHOTO ESSAY: States of Abandon

Smoking Is A Drag

Smoking kills. This fact is no myth to the marvels of modern science and medicine. Why, then, at a place such as Yale, whose students appreciate the value and application of such scientific knowledge, has smoking cigarettes made a resounding return?

Gavin Guerrette, Photo Editor
PHOTO ESSAY: Coming Home

At the periphery of wealth and power and desperately holding on to the shreds of my idealism, these photos are keepsakes of a place which I hope to keep within me as I pass through life.

PROFILE: The Walk Along Prospect Street

The walk “down the hill” on Prospect Street from the Divinity School — the highest geographical point on Yale’s campus — to the School of […]

Two Yale professors selected as Guggenheim Fellows

Daphne Brooks and Milan Svolik have been selected by the Guggenheim Foundation as fellows in the fields of theater arts and performance studies and political science.

Advising isn’t working. How does Yale plan to fix it?

Students and administrators alike say that undergraduate advising needs to improve. But how that might happen is not yet certain.

Yale experts assess recent developments in ongoing war in Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine continues, Yale professors continue to facilitate dialogue on campus and provide insight into the conflict.

Two Yale affiliates appear on NPR podcast amid national acclaim

The books of two Yale affiliates have received national coverage, one for its personal exploration of chronic illness, and the other as inspiration for a popular HBO documentary on the life of Frederick Douglass.

Santos’ study reveals benefits of virtual well-being courses

A recent study co-authored by Laurie Santos and professors from the University of Bristol examined the benefits of the “Science of Happiness” online course.