Lucy Hodgman
Staff Reporter
Lucy Hodgman is the editor-in-chief and president of the News. She previously covered student life and the Yale College Council. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, she is a junior in Grace Hopper majoring in English.
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2022 in Review

Here are the Yale Daily News stories that defined the past year:

2022 in Photos

Here are the photos that defined 2022.

University promotes administrators to roles vacated by Yale College Dean Pericles Lewis

As Pericles Lewis has ascended to the role of Dean of Yale College, the University is ushering in new administrators to fill the roles he […]

University relaxes COVID-19 policies across campus, preserves classroom mask mandate

Asymptomatic testing will no longer be required for Yale students, and mask mandates have been lifted outside the classroom.

YCC President Leleda Beraki ’24 aims to elevate underrepresented voices on campus

The former first-year and sophomore class president discussed the policies and internal culture she hopes to prioritize as president of the YCC.

Yale pre-orientation program draws criticism for clearing local homeless encampment

FOCUS students were directed to clear belongings from a local homeless encampment. Directors of the orientation program said they would separate from the New Haven Department of Parks.

“Changing needs”: YCC Vice President Iris Li ’24 sets policy ambitions high

The former academic life policy director of the YCC, Li is honing in on academic, hospitality and mental health policy from the outset.

Pericles Lewis named Dean of Yale College

Lewis; professor of Comparative Literature and English, vice president for global strategy and vice provost for academic initiatives; was selected to succeed Marvin Chun, who will conclude his five-year term at the end of June.

Students protest draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade

On Tuesday, students rallied against a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn the landmark abortion decision. Another action took place on Thursday.

Bulldog Days returns to campus for first time in two years

Incoming first years descended onto campus this week for the first in person Bulldog Days in two years.

Marvin Chun, first Asian American dean of Yale College, reflects on term

Chun will conclude his five-year term in June. His successor has not yet been announced.