Jose Davila IV
Staff Reporter
Jose Davila currently serves as a Managing Editor of the Yale Daily News. He previously covered Yale-New Haven Relations as a staff reporter. He is a junior in Morse College majoring in Global Affairs.
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The Weekly Roundup: Oct. 15: A COVID Cluster

YDN Weekly Roundup · Oct. 15: A COVID Cluster The YDN Weekly Roundup features the top headlines of the week, released every Friday. Hosted by […]

Dwight Hall adapts operations, starts new programs

Dwight Hall, the stately original Yale library at the center of Old Campus, usually serves as a hub for community service and social justice. This […]

Demand spikes for off-campus housing

The number of students living in off-campus housing spiked this year, following the University’s announcement of social distancing guidelines and restrictions in response to the […]

Yale buys historic townhouses on York Street

Over the summer, Yale increased its real estate holdings on the corner of Chapel and York Streets with a purchase of two residential-commercial properties on […]

UP CLOSE | Yale and the City: A pandemic and a plan

Salovey, university presidents participate in Chamber of Commerce workforce summit

Yale President Peter Salovey and five other higher education leaders participated in a Tuesday afternoon discussion about workforce development, retention and the coronavirus pandemic at […]

James Larson
University employees remove signs demanding Yale pay more taxes to New Haven

As students moved into campus in the past week, University employees took down signs around campus calling on Yale to pay higher taxes to the […]

Courtesy of Ian Dunn
Courtesy of Ian Dunn
GHeav employee fired after denying entry to a group of Black men

On Wednesday night, an employee at Good Nature Market on Broadway denied entry to four Black men stating that the store was closed, but then […]

Yale hosts funeral home workers in dorms

As the COVID-19 pandemic has increased burdens on funeral homes and their staff, Yale has designated empty dorms to funeral home workers and currently hosts […]

Yale opens Lanman Center field hospital to general public

After opening an overflow medical facility in the Payne Whitney Gymnasium’s Lanman Center to serve Yale community members during the COVID-19 pandemic, Yale Health has […]

Yalies launch organization to support Elm City’s COVID-19 response

Led by Jackson Institute for Global Affairs Lecturer Nathaniel Raymond, more than 50 Yalies are working on various projects in support of New Haven’s response […]