Madison Hahamy
Staff Reporter
Madison Hahamy is a junior from Chicago, Illinois majoring in English and in Human Rights. She previously wrote for the Yale Daily News and served as Senior Editor for The New Journal.
Author Archive
The Queens 50,000: Locating my identity in “Remapping America”

My family comes from a state that doesn’t exist anymore. Its official name was the Emirate of Bukhara, and it occupied the land that is […]

World fellow starts indigenous rights workshop

A month into his time at Yale, World Fellow and Ecuadorian diplomat Diego Tituaña has already announced his first initiative — a workshop series on […]

FIELD HOCKEY: Yale blanks Wagner in dominant win

After a disappointing pair of losses against Virginia and Liberty, Yale field hockey proved their prowess with a resounding 6–0 win against the Wagner Seahawks […]

New Haven celebrates Pride

A chanting mass of rainbow-clad people descended upon the New Haven Green on Saturday for the annual New Haven PRIDE march. Starting at 1 p.m., […]

FIELD HOCKEY: Elis look to rebound after losing streak

Coming off of two hard-fought losses against nationally-ranked opponents Virginia and Liberty, the Yale field hockey team has an opportunity to rebound on Friday when […]

Yale Security Department rolls out new scooters

Do not fret if you see a three-wheeled, 400-pound vehicle zoom past you around campus at the hair-raising speed of 15 mph — it’s just […]

FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs take on top-16 foes

With four of Yale field hockey’s next six opponents currently ranked 16th or higher in the nation, the Bulldogs will get a taste of what […]

Financial Aid Office reflects on summer

Over the summer, many Yale students took to social media and other student forums to voice their concerns about the University’s financial aid process. While […]

The Beanjamin plans to open its doors

This month, The Beanjamin — the second student-run cafe on campus — will open its doors as the next dynamic space to study, relax and […]

Harp and Elicker clash in downtown debate

After facing off in a contentious forum in Sudler Hall last Friday, mayoral candidates Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 and Toni Harp intensified their […]

New colleges welcome third full class

“The North” welcomed a group of fresh faces this semester as the third full classes of Franklinites and PauliMurs moved into the new colleges. Benjamin […]