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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Endowment Justice Coalition protests at Ernesto Zedillo’s seminar 

The EJC’s action on Monday called attention to Zedillo’s board position at Citigroup Inc., an investment banking company with ties to the fossil fuel industry.

DKE fraternity publicly returns four years after sexual assault scandal

A new Instagram account marks the fraternity’s first public reclamation of the DKE name since its 2018 sexual assault scandal.

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Candidates prepare for uncontested Yale College Council election

The vast majority of elections for YCC representatives will be uncontested, following campus discussion about a lack of engagement within the body.

YCC representatives speak on a year plagued by structural failings

After a year punctuated by Senate inactivity, 19 YCC members reflected on what went wrong and what, if anything, can change for the future.

Ted Cruz speaks at Yale, student groups counter with political advocacy

Students and other community members filled the ballroom of the Omni Hotel on Monday evening to watch Texas Sen. Ted Cruz record an episode of […]

Prominent conservatives call for Law School to discipline protestors

Hundreds, including conservative elected officials, decried the Law School’s response to March 10 protest.

Students critical of impending Cruz visit

The conservative Texas senator will record an episode of his podcast in New Haven in an event organized by the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program next week.

Yale quietly relaxes reinstatement requirements

In a victory for student advocates, the University relaxed coursework and interview requirements for reinstatement on Friday.

Students preview “Word Nerd” musical at American National Crossword Puzzle Tournament

Students performed the first act of the musical Word Nerd at the 44th annual American National Crossword Puzzle Tournament on Sunday.

Elis for Rachael holds candlelight vigil for suicide prevention

In a candlelight vigil on Saturday evening, the mental health advocacy group Elis for Rachael gathered to share their own experiences with mental health challenges and their commitment to the cause of suicide prevention.