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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First years, sophomores express concerns about formal ticket prices

Some students have raised issues with the cost of tickets for the first year and sophomore formals, which are scheduled to take place in Commons.

Tina Lu and Enrique De La Cruz renew terms as college heads

Tina Lu and Enrique De La Cruz, the respective heads of Pauli Murray and Branford College, will stay on in their positions for another five-year term.

Students adjust to Yale’s relaxed mask restrictions

Students returning from spring break this week have begun adjusting to relaxations to University mask requirements, which went into effect on March 21.

Pre-orientation programs to become free, mandatory for incoming first-years

Participation in one of Yale’s five pre-orientation programs will now be both mandatory and free of charge for students in the class of 2026.

“Up in the air”: Yale’s ongoing response to the war in Ukraine

As war in Ukraine rages, Yale is furthering its distance from Russia and emphasizing its support for Ukrainian members of the University community.

Students found animal welfare society

The student-founded Yale Animal Society will focus on factory farming and surrounding issues.

“How we form solidarity”: Middle Eastern and North African students continue push for cultural center

The AACC recently cleared a room for use by MENA students, marking a step forward in students’ push for more MENA recognition on campus. Student leaders hope to eventually obtain a peer liaison program and cultural center.

Not another coronavirus story

Nearly two years since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Yale community reflected on senses of loss and change.

Yale partially lifts indoor mask mandate

University announces that masking will be made optional in certain spaces beginning March 21.

One year on, how far has Edon come?

A year since the Edon Club formally rushed its first class of women since its disaffiliation from the Sigma Phi Epsilon national fraternity, the group is still in the process of change.

To BeReal or not to BeReal?

BeReal is the name of a social media platform, but the word has many uses — as a noun, as a verb and as a […]