Molly Reinmann
Staff Reporter
Molly Reinmann covers faculty and academics for the News. Originally from Westchester, New York, she is a first year in Berkeley College majoring in English.
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Professor Beverly Gage awarded Pulitzer Prize for “G-Man”

Beverly Gage, professor of history and American Studies, received the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in biography last month. Her winning book, “G-Man: J. Edgar Hoover and […]

Yale awards 4,193 degrees in 322nd Commencement

Members of the class of 2023 gathered on Old Campus last Monday morning, joined by family, friends and faculty, to celebrate the University’s 322nd Commencement […]

Students Unite Now organizes rally for financial aid transparency and mental health care reform

The rally, which took place in Beinecke Plaza on April 25, featured student testimonies and raised concerns over Yale’s financial aid and mental health care policy.

ISM professor Mark Miller headlines Discovery Orchestra’s televised special

The special — an exploration of Camille Saint-Saëns’ “Symphony No. 3 in C Minor” — featured Miller on the organ.

Yale Review kicks off Spring Festival with roundtable discussion on “Reading in an Age of Crisis”

The discussion — which featured panelists Garth Greenwell, Emily Bernard and Kathryn Lofton — explored public and private engagement with literature.

Women’s Empowerment Conference returns to in-person format

The Women’s Empowerment Conference, organized by Yale’s Women’s Leadership Initiative, took place in Luce Hall on Sat., April 1.

In my Eras Era

Some people measure their lives in years, relationships, or milestones. I measure my life in Taylor Swift albums. With the advent of the record-breaking Eras […]

Fahmeed Hyder announced as next Head of Trumbull College

Hyder, a professor at the School of Engineering & Applied Science and the School of Medicine, will be succeeding Margaret Clark in her role as Trumbull Head of College.

More majors, less exploration: Seniors reflect on the feasibility of double majoring at Yale

While double-majoring seniors praised the results of their dual-department educations, they also pointed to the time-consuming process of pursuing two majors.

Yale for $400: Claire Sattler ’23 and Lucas Miner ’24 on their return to the “Jeopardy!” stage

The students, who first competed on the show’s Teen Tournament, have both advanced to the semi finals of this week’s High School Reunion Tournament.

As SEAS expands, students and faculty question future of pure sciences at Yale

As the University expands its engineering and applied sciences initiatives, administrators say that the pure sciences will continue to see major investments, despite faculty concern.