Natalie Kainz
Staff Reporter
Natalie Kainz currently serves as the Multimedia Managing Editor. Previously, she was the editor of YTV — the video desk of the Yale Daily News — and covered Yale and New Haven relations as a staff reporter. Originally from Hong Kong, she is a Junior in Silliman College majoring in Political Science and Anthropology.
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FEMA vaccination clinic visits New Haven

On April 8 and 9, the Federal Emergency Management Agency set up a mobile vaccination clinic on the New Haven Green. More than 800 New […]

‘It was kinda like the first day of school’: NHPS high schools reopen

After more than a year of remote learning for New Haven high schools, eager students and teachers were welcomed back to school for optional in-person […]

School buses at Co-op high school in New Haven
NHPS high schools reopen after a year of remote learning

On Monday, April 5, some high school students in New Haven Public Schools returned to classrooms for optional in-person learning. YTV went to Cooperative Arts […]

Yale students rush to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments

As of April 1, everyone over the age of 16 is eligible to receive a vaccine in Connecticut. Students and members of the New Haven […]

Yale Community Health Care Van vaccinates underserved populations, religious communities

As students and New Haven residents scramble to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments, one 40-foot-long van and a team of health care workers are driving vaccine […]

A medical worker fills up a syringe with a COVID-19 vaccine.
Meet Handsome Dan XIX: Yale’s newest mascot

Kingman is a 12-week-old bulldog and Yale University’s newest mascot. He is only just getting used to appearing on Zoom calls, roaming around campus in […]

IN PHOTOS: VP Harris visits New Haven

Vice President Kamala Harris visits New Haven

On March 26, Vice President Kamala Harris visited New Haven for the Biden administration’s ‘Help is Here’ tour. Harris visited the New Haven Boys and […]

Yale, New Haven community mobilizes against anti-Asian violence

In the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings that killed eight people — six of them women of Asian descent — the Yale and New Haven […]

A screenshot of the AACC vigil with the names and photos of some of the victims of the Atlanta shootings
‘She was unapologetically herself’: Communities mourn Rachael Shaw-Rosenbaum ’24

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a hotline for individuals in crisis or for those looking to help someone else. To speak with a certified […]

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones visits Yale, Skull and Bones

Well-known conspiracy theorist and far-right radio show host Alex Jones visited Yale on Monday to film a video about senior society Skull and Bones. Jones […]