Karla Cortes
Staff Reporter
Karla Cortes covers International Relations at Yale under the University Desk. She is a first-year in Silliman College majoring in Political Science.
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New Haven holds Veterans Day Ceremony 

New Haven honors all who have served through Veterans Day Ceremony at City Hall. Online subhead: At City Hall, American Legion New Haven Post 210 and Mayor Justin Elicker commemorated veterans with speakers and music ensembles.

‘An event around the truth’: Yale and Harvard debate the use of AI in creative fields

On Saturday, debate groups from Yale and Harvard discussed the opposing and supporting sides of artificial intelligence technologies in creative and art fields. Harvard came out on top.

That 5 a.m. Glow

In high school, my AP Psychology teacher taught me I needed a solid eight hours of sleep a night, barring disaster. What Ms. Sand didn’t […]

At 18 percent, class of 2027 has highest Latine population in Yale history

With a growing Latine population in the Yale student body, several campus groups and clubs told the News they have more students interested in joining, prompting asks for more funding.

Who is Joe Gustaferro?

Joe Gustaferro ’24 is a whirlwind of interests. He is an expert on the “history of ideas” and a master of comedy. It is a […]

The Yale Archetypes

By people-watching outside of my suite window, navigating Commons traffic jams or scanning into Marsh Hall before Economics 115, I’ve been able to identify boxes […]

‘So much competition’: Reflections on the Yale extracurricular scene

Within the first few weeks of classes, first-years were hurled into the whirlwind of club applications, dance auditions, callbacks and rejections.

Songs of the Summer: Our Top Picks

Still searching for those elusive songs of the summer? We’ve got you covered! From rising artists to current stars, from house to hip-hop, we’ve found […]

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