Isa Dominguez
Staff Columnist
Isa Dominguez is a current co-editor for the Opinion desk and a staff columnist for the News. Originally from Doral, Florida, she is a senior in Timothy Dwight College majoring in English.
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Welcome to the Living Latinidad special issue!

Aló, hola y bienvenidos a todos to the News’ Living Latinidad special issue. We want to take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate Latine voices during this month and wish that everyone had a happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

DOMINGUEZ: What does it mean to have Latine representation?

I finally watched “Jane the Virgin.”  I know the series released nine years ago. I know it has a predominantly Latine cast, an accomplishment for […]

DOMINGUEZ: The bulldog ways

I have never attended Bulldog Days. Before my first year, it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. My equivalent of Bulldog Days was my […]

DOMINGUEZ: The Bad Life Center

I write this sitting deep underground in one of the most uncomfortable wooden chairs I have ever sat on at 10:52 in the morning.  I […]

DOMINGUEZ: It’s not as “interesting” as you think

I have heard the word “interesting” being used as a way to describe how people think or feel about something in seminar discussions too often. […]

DOMINGUEZ: Why, Yale? Why early registration?

When I was applying, I dedicated my “Why Yale” essay to one of the fabulous features that Yale championed in its brochures and tours: shopping […]

DOMINGUEZ: Dear Yale, from Arnold Hall

Yale has published countless guidelines in regard to preventing and treating COVID-19. They have guidelines set in place about what to expect when a student […]

DOMINGUEZ: Intentional Spontaneity

Last year, I decided to study outside on Cross Campus nearly every week. One chilly Monday in November, two girls were throwing white frisbees. Others […]

DOMINGUEZ: The Myth of Perfect Balance

Sleep, academics, social life: choose two. This is the first adage I heard before arriving at Yale. That’s stupid, I thought. I should be able […]

DOMINGUEZ: The Generosity Remedy

“Going to Yale has made me a worse person.” This is the first sentence of Elijah Boles’s Op-Ed, “The generosity killer.” Throughout his article, he […]


Richard Hausman ’24 and Pradz Sapre ’24 “enjoying a lovely picnic.” A beige couch was set in the center of Cross Campus. A white table […]