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
Catfishing, virality and spats: The Yale professors of Twitter

One day, Scott Shapiro LAW ’90, professor of law and philosophy, was walking home from a convenience store when he saw a bird smash into […]

Police name person of interest in investigation of Kevin Jiang’s ENV ’22 shooting death

In a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, New Haven Police Department Chief Otoniel Reyes named 29-year-old Qinxuan Pan as a person of interest in regard […]

A headshot of Pan
Kevin Jiang’s shooting death believed to be a targeted attack

Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 was shot and killed Saturday night in what the police are now saying was a targeted attack.  According to the New […]

Up close shot of the side of a New Haven police car.
The heart’ of the University is still beating, albeit a little differently

At the entrance to Sterling Memorial Library, the phrase “The Library is the heart of the University” is engraved into the facade. With reading rooms […]

Is It Quarantine, or Is It Just Life?

Yale’s class of 2020 expected a graduation. A clunky robe and slightly askew cap, family and friends traveling from around the world to sit through […]

FAS Senate and Provost hash out faculty buyout plan

Over the past few months, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate and University Provost Scott Strobel have debated reforms to a faculty buyout plan […]

Beloved DUS, lecturer and Office of LGBTQ resources leader Andrew Dowe dies at 34

Andrew Dowe, lecturer and director of undergraduate studies of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies and associate director of the Office of LGBTQ Resources, died unexpectedly […]

Alfred Hitchcock, quantum mechanics and cross-disciplinary collaboration at Yale: New bridge courses debut this semester

While physics professors at Yale might normally teach quantum mechanics with the aid of diagrams, equations and textbooks, students can now learn these topics with […]

Yale community likely to receive COVID-19 vaccinations by April

Amid nationwide lags in coronavirus vaccine rollout, Yale public health officials estimate that the vaccine could be available to all members of the Yale campus […]

‘The heartbeat of our department’: Stanley Eisenstat, professor of computer science at Yale for almost 50 years, dies at 76

Stanley Eisenstat, professor of computer science, died on Dec. 17 at the age of 76, after a two-and-a-half-week stay at a Yale New Haven Hospital […]

Spring term housing decisions cause confusion, leave some first years behind

When first years left campus for November break, it was the last time many of them would be on campus until next fall. A small […]