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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June Beasley: Yale’s Very Own TikTok Star

In an Oct. 1 TikTok, June, a dining hall worker in Berkeley College (she’s been working at Yale for six years and almost three of […]

Emoji Map

The Emoji Map is a collaboration between WKND and the News’ Data Desk to share Yalies’ stories. Have a story you want to share? Drop […]

Limited funds for professional school TFs force some classes to limit enrollment

Students in courses across Yale College normally encounter teaching fellows from the professional schools and from a wide breadth of departments within the Graduate School […]

Political Science professors reflect on election polls gone wrong

While it might be too early to know just how far off political polls were in relation to the outcome of Nov. 3 races, it […]

Behind closed doors, University creates controversial buyout plan

Faced with financial uncertainty brought by the coronavirus pandemic, the University hurriedly drafted a faculty buyout retirement plan, which a faculty working group has now […]

Will Wegner ’23: It’s a (quarantine) love story, baby just say yes

When I talked to Will Wegner ’23, he was in his friend’s New York apartment, wearing a red Wisconsin Badgers sweatshirt and surrounded by fairy […]

Students, faculty reflect on feminist resources at Divinity School

Editor’s note: In its original version, this story failed to convey the scope of feminist offerings at the Divinity School, particularly coursework and research on […]

SOM professor disputes report that Schwarzman defended Trump’s election response, Center naming controversy reignites

On Saturday, the Financial Times reported that Stephen A. Schwarzman ’69 “defended Donald Trump’s response to this year’s US poll results” at a meeting of […]

Yale not among schools considering SalivaDirect, which it developed, for COVID testing

SalivaDirect –– a saliva-based COVID test that was developed at Yale –– is being explored as a testing tool by schools across the United States. […]

Course preregistration deadline extended by three days

On Friday, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Tamar Gendler and Dean of Yale College Marvin Chun sent an email to FAS and […]

“It’s over! It’s over! We got him!”: Faculty react to Biden win

When Daphne Brooks, professor of African American studies, first heard MSNBC announce that Joe Biden had won the presidency, she was unloading laundry in her […]