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.
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African Studies then and now: Students and faculty weigh in on program, nondepartmental status

In a 2018 article, faculty raised concerns regarding the lack of departmental status for Yale’s Council on African Studies. Now, three years later, six council-affiliated […]

Spring semester break days off to shaky start

While a Jan. 29 email from Dean of Yale College Marvin Chun advertised break days as “a chance for rest and renewal,” class schedules and, […]

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Yale to shift resources to intro classes, hire post-docs for some upper-level seminars as student body grows

With Yale set to welcome larger-than-usual classes of sophomores and first years the next academic year, professors and the Yale administration are taking steps to […]

Arrest warrant charges Qinxuan Pan with murder in shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22

The New Haven Police Department has issued an arrest warrant charging MIT researcher Qinxuan Pan with murder in the shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV […]

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Qinxuan Pan allegedly stole vehicle the day of Yale student’s death

Qinxuan Pan, a person of interest in the shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22, allegedly stole a car in Massachusetts and swapped its license […]

Kevin Jiang smiling at the camera during a daytime hike
‘Even when it’s successful, the process takes its toll’: How tenure works — and doesn’t — at Yale

Of 54 registered in-person classes, some hold off, others begin meeting this week

While Associate Research Scientist Man-Ki Yoon plans to transition to in-person teaching in March, for now, virtual machines running car simulators hooked to the computers […]

Graduate school deadlines present roadblock for senior athletes, but individual programs may consider extensions

Last Thursday, Yale’s graduating class of student-athletes learned that the Ivy League had granted a waiver permitting seniors to compete in their sport next season […]

‘We will be living with the effects for decades to come’: Employees criticize Yale’s childcare policies

On Feb. 3, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Tamar Gendler wrote an email to faculty letting them know that recent efforts to […]

With majority of first years enrolled remotely, FroCos adjust roles and residences

While first-year counselors — seniors who are tasked with living among first-year students and offering guidance and support — spent last semester in residence with […]

Qinxuan Pan, person of interest in shooting, knew Kevin Jiang’s fiancee at MIT

Qinxuan Pan, a person of interest in the shooting death of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22, crossed paths with Jiang’s fiancee multiple times while the two […]

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