Jordan Fitzgerald
Staff Reporter
Jordan Fitzgerald is a staff reporter covering gender equity and diversity. She is a sophomore in Trumbull College majoring in American history.
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YCC creates new athletics chair position

The Yale College Council announced Esha Bhattacharya ’24 as the new athletics chair on its executive board. This year, the YCC restructured its policy positions, […]

Mourning Our Losses and Yale Undergraduate Prison Project host vigil mourning detention center deaths

The crowd-sourced memorial Mourning Our Losses partnered with the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project, a social justice organization that seeks to challenge the inequity of the […]

Wilbur Cross High School teacher honored as New Haven’s Teacher of the Year

The New Haven Board of Education presented Wilbur Cross High School teacher Kristin Mendoza as New Haven Public Schools’ ‘Teacher of the Year’ last Monday.  […]

Sophomores are living in Lanman-Wright Hall, but some colleges are trying to bring them back

With the class of 2024 living in their residential colleges, on-campus sophomores have found an unlikely home in the Lanman-Wright Hall courtyard on Old Campus. […]

With socially-distant intramurals back, Timothy Dwight takes early lead

The Yale Undergraduate Intramural program introduced new activities in compliance with public health protocols, including CupCheck, HORSE, cornhole, pickleball and spikeball.

First House

Yale inspires comparisons to Hogwarts. Gothic towers loom overhead while secret tunnels hide for the most clever to find. Residential colleges, like Hogwarts houses, define […]

Yale professor Beverly Gage featured in new MLK documentary

History and American studies professor Beverly Gage has lent her expertise on former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation J. Edgar Hoover to the […]

New Scantlebury Skate Park thrives despite initial backlash

After a tumultuous fight for community support, the Scantlebury Skate Park opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 27.  Located in New Haven’s Dixwell […]

Yale Bookstore charges students late fees, despite pandemic and inability to access books

Amid complications and confusion due to the coronavirus pandemic, several students are facing late fees and backlogs at the Yale Bookstore. When students were barred […]

Residential college heads plan virtual teas

With shared food and guests on campus, typical residential college teas do not align with social distancing guidelines, so each college will decide how to […]

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 […]