Natalie Kainz
Staff Reporter
Natalie Kainz currently serves as the editor of YTV — the video desk of the Yale Daily News. She also covers Yale and New Haven relations as a staff reporter. Originally from Hong Kong, she is a Sophomore in Silliman College majoring in Political Science.
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Unions call for respect from Yale at car caravan rally

With contract negotiations for Yale’s unions looming, workers took to the streets, both on foot and in cars, to send a message of strength and […]

‘Beep beep, Yale is cheap!’: Unions call for respect from Yale at car caravan rally

With contract negotiations for Yale’s unions looming, workers took to the streets, both on foot and in cars, to send a message of strength and unity to President Peter Salovey.

‘Yale: Respect New Haven’: Organizers paint a message to Salovey on Prospect Street

Labor organizers left a permanent mark on the University’s doorstep last Sunday, painting the words ‘Yale: Respect New Haven’ on Prospect Street. The words were […]

‘Goodbye sleazebag slumlords’: Dwight residents deliver letters to Elicker

Labor activists call on Yale to ‘respect’ New Haven in Prospect St. mural

Starting at 7 a.m. on Saturday, painters also added two stripes to Prospect Street’s bike lane. One is a 670-foot blue line reaching from Grove Street to Trumbull Street, representing Yale’s more than $30 billion endowment.

Community spirit helps local Asian stores survive pandemic

Asian grocery stores in the Elm City are thriving despite facing ingredient shortages, supply chain issues and a reduced number of customers during the pandemic. […]

Community spirit helps local Asian stores survive pandemic

The owners of three Asian grocery stores in New Haven reflected on their interactions with community members during the pandemic.

Three community impact projects awarded $10.5k in funding for benefitting New Haven

On Thursday afternoon, four ventures competed for $10,000 in funding through the New Haven Civic Innovation Prize.

AACC to celebrate 40th anniversary with teach-in, alumni panel and digital history showcase

Four decades ago, roughly 100 Asian American students — at that point about a third of the total Asian American population enrolled in Yale College — met with then-Yale president Bart Giamatti to fight for a space of their own on campus, beyond a few rooms in the basement of Bingham Hall.

Students gather at the AACC after its opening.
New Haven students protest police violence

Fourth through sixth grade students at Elm City Montessori School took to the streets in the Westville neighborhood to protest against police violence on Thursday […]

‘Is one of us next?’: Local Montessori school holds march against police violence

Students at Elm City Montessori School read speeches, sang songs and marched against police violence in the Westville neighborhood on April 22.