Joey Ye
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The debate’s not over. Institution for Social and Policy Studies director Jacob Hacker, New York Times columnist Charles Blow and history professor Beverly Gage will […]

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The party don’t stop. In the second day of the inaugural celebration of the Paul Tsai China Center at the Yale Law School, an open […]

More than just a newspaper. The Yale Daily News Magazine will be holding its first pitch meeting of the year on Friday, 4:30 p.m. at […]

Mixed views nationally on colorblind casting

Controversies surrounding the Yale Dramatic Association’s initial cast list for its fall mainstage have launched the undergraduate organization into a broader discussion surrounding diversity in theater, a problem experts across the country say continues to plague the industry.

After outcry, Dramat recasts “Wild Party”

Following campus criticism over the casting of a white woman as Mr. Black, a character traditionally played by a black man, in its fall mainstage “Wild Party,” the Yale Dramatic Association Board on Monday held new auditions for the role.

Architecture major presents high costs

Victoria Ereskina ’18 spent $900 on materials and equipment during her first semester as an architecture major.

UP CLOSE: Architecture a difficult path for women

After Julia Medina ’18 officially began the architecture major in the spring of her sophomore year, she received her first list of roughly 50 notable architectural works to serve as an inspiration and guide for her own designs. She noticed that within the list of works, called precedents, there were only about four works by females from which to choose.

Dramat draws casting controversy

The Yale Dramatic Association has cast a white woman in a role traditionally been played by a black man for the organization’s flagship fall show, “Wild Party,” drawing widespread criticism from the theater community.

F&ES to debut first MOOCs

Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Science is expanding its foray into digital education with the introduction this fall of the school’s first Massive Open Online Courses.

Native American research project receives renewed funding

Amid campus demand for more resources to fund new scholarship on underrepresented communities, one such project — which has already been at the University for […]