Paloma Vigil
Staff Reporter
Paloma Vigil is the Arts Editor for the Yale Daily News. She previously served as a DEI co-chair and staff reporter for the University and Sports desks. Past coverage includes religious life, Yale College Council, sailing and gymnastics. Originally from Miami, she is a junior in Pauli Murray College majoring in Psychology and Political Science.
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Spring Fling moves indoors, capacity drops by thousands

Spring Fling will be held at College Street Music Hall, limiting capacity. Guests will no longer be able to attend.

Sailors partake in weekend of competitive fleet racing

The co-ed sailing team headed to Boston and Kings Point this weekend, while the women’s team cruised into fourth in Rhode Island.

SAILING: Bulldogs dominate final in-season team races of season

The Yale co-ed and women’s sailing teams put in strong performances to set themselves up for success in their final fleet races of the season.

Alumni concert celebrates 100 years of women in carillon

The Yale University Guild of Carillonneurs conducted an alumni concert this Sunday celebrating a century of women carillonneurs.

Chinese American foil fencers Emme Zhou ’23 and Helen Tan ’25 reflect on their time at Yale

Zhou and Tan spoke to the News about their identity and love for the sport.

“Long Way Down” debuts at Off Broadway Theater

Jason Kisare ’25 adapted Jason Reynold’s bestseller into a full musical production set entirely in an elevator.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: No. 13 Yale wins fifth game in a row, taking down No. 14 Army

The Yale women’s lacrosse team defeated both Brown University and No. 14 Army to solidify its position as one of the best teams in the nation.

SAILING: Bulldogs prevail on the Charles River

The team sailing boats dominated the Marchiando Team race event on the Charles River over the weekend.

SAILING: Sailors overcome windy conditions to win St. Mary’s and the Friis team races

The sailors won their second regatta in a row as their team racing season starts to come in full swing.

“Monumental, enduring and challenging:” New mural debuts in Pauli Murray dining hall

Muralist Mickalene Thomas ART ’02 crafted a mural of Pauli Murray in the college’s dining hall over spring recess.

SWIMMING AND DIVING: Two swimmers and two divers compete at NCAA Championships

The women’s and men’s swimming and diving teams each sent competitors to the NCAA Championships at the University of Tennessee's Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center and the University of Minneapolis’ Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center during Spring Break.