Miranda Wollen
Staff Reporter
Miranda Wollen is the University Editor for the News; she also writes very silly pieces for the WKND section. She previous covered Faculty and Academics, and she is a junior in Silliman College double-majoring in English and Classics.
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Jordan Peccia announced as Head of Benjamin Franklin College

Charles Bailyn will step down this summer after six years as Head of College, leaving Peccia to fill the role.

Program in Judaic Studies to be renamed as Jewish Studies

In response to a modernized major and curriculum, and in keeping with the majority of programs in the USA and Canada, the program will be renamed on July 1.

Crystal Feimster announced as Head of Pierson College

The history professor will begin her five-year term this summer as current Head of College Stephen Davis steps down.

Obit on tweendom, via my middle school iPad journal entries

1/31/14:  I feel like I’m walking on air. You know how I was worried that… he didn’t want to go to the dance with me? […]

Edon house put up for sale after lease battle

After a back-and-forth struggle for a lease, Edon’s house on 31 High Street has now been listed by Farnam Realty Group for $4.5 million.

Cajetan Iheka named director of Whitney Humanities Center

The English professor will take on the directorship next year alongside two other leading positions at the MacMillan Center.

Remembering Garrett Woodard ’23

Family, friends and classmates of Garrett Woodard, who died last week, remembered his kindness and creativity.

Trimble appointed Morse College dean after two-month vacancy

Morse College’s new dean is a trained singer, a paper crane enthusiast and a former personal trainer.

Trumbull Head of College Margaret Clark to step down after decade in the role

At the end of her two five-year terms, Margaret Clark will resign from her position as Head of Trumbull College this spring.

“Embrace your obstacles” says Yale’s resident Ninja Warrior

David Fleming ’26, a Morse College first year slated to compete on American Ninja Warrior this coming spring, sat down with the News to discuss his journey to internationally-televised ninjadom.

Helen Hadley Hall to close in 2024

The Yale Graduate Housing Office announced on Feb. 1 that the dormitory would close in the summer of 2024.