Kevin Wang
Staff Reporter
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WANG: Be uncomfortable

Around this time each year, the perennial question resurfaces: What do I do this summer? And, if you’re one of the two-thirds of seniors who […]

Vaccines linked to mental disorders by Yale study

A recent Yale study has called into question the safety of vaccines and could lend fuel to anti-vaccine advocates like Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who […]

Teaching hub settles into new home

A brightly lit and sleekly furnished hub for faculty and students alike is now stationed at the heart of Yale’s campus in Sterling Memorial Library, allowing an integration of previously scattered campus teaching and learning resources.

Higher-ed endowments fluctuate, see losses

Yale’s $25.4 billion endowment reported a 3.4 percent return, the strongest performance in the Ivy League and one of the strongest in the nation.

Glass tables bring color to Bass cafe

On Monday, Bass Library received four new stained-glass tables bearing residential college insignias.

Harvard endowment office cuts staff by half

The office managing Harvard University’s $35.7 billion endowment will undergo a major shake-up this year with the layoff of almost half its staff.

Locals concerned about Obamacare repeal

On the eve of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, Elm City health officials and residents have expressed concern about the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

Faculty uneasy about federal funding under Trump

Yale faculty members have mixed feelings about federal research funding under Donald Trump’s presidency. Many say the prospects for funding look bleak, while others are hopeful that Trump will be a boon for medical research.

Future of healthcare in Connecticut raises questions

During his election campaign, President-elect Donald Trump promised a complete repeal of the Affordable Care Act. With his election last Tuesday, the future of health care for Connecticut residents remains uncertain.

Panel discusses city health issues

On Thursday night, nearly 70 members of the Yale and New Haven communities crowded into a room at the Yale Law School to discuss the city’s most pressing health issues.

Academic performance unaffected by election, students say

Although some students expressed immediate distress and requested postponement of assignments and exams following the President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, the election did not hinder their academic performance, according to students and professors interviewed by the News.