Maya Geradi
Staff Reporter
Maya Geradi currently serves as a copy editor. She also covers technology and entrepreneurship as a staff reporter with the Science and Technology Desk. Originally from New Haven, Maya is a junior in Grace Hopper College majoring in chemical engineering.
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Yale SEAS announces diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging committee

In the coming months, the committee, which Miller is leading, will be reviewing individual DEI action plans provided by each department within SEAS in hopes of creating an integrated DEIB plan with action steps over the next five years.

School of Public Health alum’s startup Pills2Me relaunches in New Haven

Members of the New Haven community may soon have a new way to get their prescriptions. Pills2Me — an early-stage company founded by Leslie Asanga […]

A screenshot of the Pills2Me app
Ode to Woads: How students are adapting their social lives amid pandemic

“I’m just realizing I lost my chance to ever get to go to Woads,” Taylor Chapman ’22 told the News. “Curse COVID.” With the cancelation […]

Yale SEAS and Ann Miura-Ko ’98 present “Yale Entrepreneurs, Engineers & Innovators”

Yale students now have a new outlet to engage their curiosities regarding entrepreneurship and innovation.  “Yale Entrepreneurs, Engineers & Innovators” is a lecture and discussion […]

Yale Computer Society launches CourseTable 2.0

Eight years after CourseTable was created by two Yale undergraduates, the Yale course database has undergone its first major face-lift. A team of volunteers from […]

U.S. News and World Report ranks Yale undergraduate environmental engineering 11th in the country

The U.S. News and World Report ranked Yale’s undergraduate program in environmental engineering as 11th in the country in their annual list.  Each year, the […]

Yale’s academic strategy update emphasizes science and engineering

On Oct. 13, University President Peter Salovey announced Yale’s fall 2020 academic strategy update, which emphasized science and engineering in the classroom and beyond.  The […]

Y-IEEE elects first female co-chairs in 109 years

The Yale Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers — known as Y-IEEE — made history last spring by appointing its first […]

Yale Hospitality introduces new fall-themed events for students

While residential colleges are not taking on-campus students to Connecticut’s local apple orchards this fall, Yale dining and hospitality staff are continuing the cherished fall […]

Yale students research train safety during pandemic

Train cars in Connecticut may be modified for safer travel during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the work of two Yale undergraduate students in the […]

Albert Ko speaks on reopening Connecticut

Epidemiology department chair Albert Ko spoke about handling the COVID-19 pandemic and reopening the state in a virtual talk on Sept. 22.  Ko first spoke […]