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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Sunrise Cafe gains independent nonprofit status

After operating for five years as New Haven’s only free weekday breakfast provider, Sunrise Cafe has earned 501(c)(3) status as an independent nonprofit. Formerly a […]

Yale and Harvard face off in blood drive challenge

Yale and Harvard have fought it out everywhere imaginable — from the football field to the basketball court — but this week, the rivalry is […]

Amay Tewari
Despierta Boricua responds to Puerto Rican earthquakes

Members of Despierta Boricua, a Puerto Rican student organization at Yale, are contemplating ways to help an island still reeling in the aftermath of a […]

Yale introduces Dance Lab

The University has started a new initiative to conduct creative research into dance and movement. The new initiative — called Yale Dance Lab — is […]

Students gather at the Yale Farm for YSFP ‘Beet Harvard’

On a cold, damp Friday afternoon before The Game, around 50 students and members of the New Haven community trekked up to the Yale Farm […]

New Haven sees ghost tours

Twice a week, Ghost Walk USA hosts a tour of the Elm City’s eerie history in which participants can hear chilling tales of ghosts, murderers […]

Whiffenpoofs host 110th anniversary weekend

Lights illuminate the stage as 14 spruced up Yale seniors donning traditional white tie and tails march across it. Their polished shoes form a neat […]

Local gallery holds exhibit on sanctuary cities

On the second floor of a warmly lit gallery, a vibrant painting of New Haven from above is mounted on the wall. The intricacy allows […]

Luciana McClure
Student wins local bartending contest

When Jeff Guo LAW ’20 walked into a room of mostly professional bartenders whipping up a storm of flavors and aromas in New Haven’s first […]

Your friendly-neighbourhood heinous, inter-dimensional, demon-like entity posing as a killer clown is back. But with none of the plot focus.

To be fair to “IT: Chapter Two,” its predecessor gave the sequel a lot to live up to. “Chapter One” was a nostalgic synthesis of […]

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Bikers ride in ninth annual Closer to Free Ride

Over 2,100 people sped into an orchestra of cowbells, excited screams of family members and pop music last Saturday at the ninth annual Closer to […]