Kayla Yup
Contributing Reporter
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Yale professors weigh in on the new Omicron COVID-19 variant

Yale professors spoke on what is known and unknown about the Omicron variant and criticized U.S. policy aimed at limiting transmission.

“Finding Home”: New AACC mural celebrates 40 years of dreaming and organizing

At the AACC’s 40th Birthday Bash, a commemorative mural was unveiled to celebrate advocacy, culture and community.

HAVEN Free Clinic holds 5K to raise funds for patients

Student-run clinic raises almost $50,000 in donations for uninsured New Haven residents through a virtual event.

School of Public Health welcomes inaugural class for online executive MPH program

New online executive MPH program bridges professionals across different fields to explore public health’s applications.

Pancasila — an exploration of the Asian diaspora, interconnectedness and dreams

“Pancasila,” Arnold Setiadi ’22’s senior thesis for the theater and performance studies major, will premiere on stage this week. The play explores themes of idealism […]

Where do Yalies nap?

Where do Yalies nap? Most of the time, not in their own bedrooms. Yalies are busy, Yalies are sleep deprived, Yalies are doing things everywhere […]

Benjamin Beckman ’24 embarks on a musical odyssey new album “VOYAGE”

On Friday, listeners are invited to embark on an odyssey led by Benjamin Beckman ’24, an undergraduate student composer with a passion for innovative musical […]

Students experience early Halloween fright as YSO Halloween Show tickets sell out within seconds

Tickets for the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s annual Halloween concert sold out in under a minute on Monday night, leading to a burgeoning black market for […]

YSO to present “Hope”

The Yale Symphony Orchestra will open its season this Saturday with a concert called “Hope” at 7:30 p.m. in Woolsey Hall. The repertoire consists of […]