Molly Reinmann
Staff Reporter
Molly Reinmann covers Admissions, Financial Aid & Alumni for the News. Originally from Westchester, New York, she is a sophomore in Berkeley College majoring in American Studies.
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A look into the three most popular courses of the spring

After record-breaking interest in certain classes during course registration, AFAM 170, PSYC 141 and ECON 116 are the highest-enrolled courses of the spring semester, with roughly 400 students in each lecture.

City’s VAXgiving photo campaign promotes healthy holiday season

The campaign, announced by The New Haven Health Department in late November, invites fully vaccinated families to submit holiday photos to be used in a public health campaign.

“Guns to Gardens” buyback event transforms discarded firearms into gardening tools

The New Haven Police Department partnered with nonprofit organization Swords to Plowshares Northeast to host the biannual gun buyback event; after being vetted, guns collected will be wielded into gardening tools and distributed to community gardeners

Students continue to report WiFi troubles despite “dramatically enhanced” network standards

Yale’s Next Generation Network project is well underway, but improvements claimed by the University do not appear to have impacted user experience.

At Fest Faves, customers can enjoy carnival eats and festival treats year-round

Inspired by a life-long passion for cooking and love of festivals, husband-wife duo Victoria Streeto and Eric Balcerzak opened this carnival-themed eatery in September.

New Haven Reads shares the joy of books with local students

The newly in-person program offers students across New Haven the opportunity to visit the organization’s Book Bank and take home up to five free books.

Raw Juicescape offers New Haveners healthy beverages and wellness advice

Alexis Evans is guiding her customers towards a more nutritious lifestyle, one juice at a time.

New farmers market brings fresh local produce to the Dixwell community

The market, which operates every Wednesday from 3-6 p.m. in Daniel Stewart Plaza, offers Dixwell residents easy and affordable access to food products from local farms and small businesses in New Haven.

Competing anonymous apps Fizz and Sidechat vie for student favor 

Students are starting to take to the new platforms to anonymously share memes, polls, GIFS and other content with each other, while Fizz and Sidechat compete for their customer base.