Hamera Shabbir
Staff Reporter
Hamera Shabbir covers golf and fencing for the Sports desk and the School of the Environment for the Science and Technology desk. Originally from California's Central Valley, she is a sophomore in Branford College majoring in Environmental Studies.
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Welcome to The Game 2022 Special Issue

It’s that time of year again! Whether you’ve followed Yale football all season or — perhaps more likely — don’t know what a first down […]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs freeze out McGill 5–0

The Yale women’s ice hockey team hosted McGill in an exhibition during family weekend and scored at least once during each period.

GOLF: Women place fifth at home, Men take tenth in Minnesota

Despite a weekend of mixed results, both the men’s and women’s squads saw standout performances from individual players.

Bulldogs clinch second at Alex Lagowitz Memorial as women’s squad revs up

While play for the women’s squad is set to begin this weekend, the men’s golf team earned a second-place finish at Alex Lagowitz Memorial.

GOLF: Gianchandani, Lee reflect on U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship play

Ami Gianchandani ’23 and Kaitlyn Lee ’23 maintained their form this summer by playing USGA tournaments.

Welcome to the special issue: Amplifying AAPI Voices 2022

Welcome the Yale Daily News’ special issue celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander communities! We are incredibly excited to present a mix of reported content and thoughtful personal essays as well as multimedia and artwork.

TENNIS: Three graduating Asian American athletes reflect

The News spoke to three Yalies on the men’s and women’s tennis teams who helped their teams to greatness while developing themselves personally.

GOLF: Bulldogs cap off Ivies with honors

Golf at Ivy Championships

MEN’S GOLF: Ahead of Ivies, Bulldogs clinch historic win at home

The Yale men’s golf team won its second home tournament of the year as both golf teams head into the Ivy Championships.

YPCCC study categorizes Americans’ consumption of plant-based foods by motivation 

A new study from the Yale Program for Climate Change Communication segments the motivations behind Americans’ diets.

FENCING: Marat Israelian elevated to head coach

After leading both varsity fencing squads for seven months, Marat Israelian has been promoted to head coach.