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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WOMEN’S LACROSSE: No. 15 Bulldogs top Princeton for first time since ’07

The women’s lacrosse season started off strong as they defeated Princeton and CCSU on Saturday and Monday, respectively.

SAILING: Sailors aim to “stay sharp” during first regattas of the spring

Following a successful fall season, Yale coed sailing took up the tiller again this weekend in Providence after four months off.

GYMNASTICS: Walker ties Yale record as gymnasts place third at Ivies

The Yale Gymnastics team placed third at the Ivy Classic in a performance punctuated by Raegan Walker’s near-perfect score.

SWIMMING AND DIVING: Noah Millard ’25 Breaks Ivy, Yale and pool records at Ivy League Championship

Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive swept the pool at Ivy League Championships over the past two weeks.

GYMNASTICS: Sarah Wilson ’24, from “young perfectionist” to “true leader”

The News spoke to Sarah Wilson and her former and current coaches about her journey from Level 10 gymnast to award-winning student-athlete.

“If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must be a Muhfucka” takes on beauty standards in sold-out Spring Ex performances

The Spring Ex production, which ran from Feb. 16 to Feb. 18, was co-directed by Simisola Fagbemi ’24 and Megan Ruoro ’24.

GYMNASTICS: “Everyone’s hype woman”: Gymnasts honor late head coach at Tonry Invitational

Yale gymnasts beat Southern Connecticut State University and the University of Bridgeport in the Tonry Invitational this Sunday.

FENCING: Injuries leave fencers susceptible at Ivies

Yale fencers lost the Ivy League Round Robins after a series of injuries kept three female fencers out of the competition

“More than just a performance”: Yale Kalaa puts on first-ever cross-collaboration show

Yale Kalaa, Yale’s Indian Classical dance group, collaborated with Brown University’s South Asian classical dance team Abhinaya and Yale’s newly formed Dhvani — an Indian Classical music group — to put on a multilingual dance drama.

GYMNASTICS: Gymnasts post second-highest team score at “My Cause, My Ribbon” meet

The Yale gymnastics team lost by just over a point against the Temple Owls at home this Sunday.

SWIM AND DIVE: Women’s swim team caps off perfect season at HYP meet in Cambridge

The swimmers took home wins this weekend at their meet against Harvard and Princeton as they prepare for the Ivy League Championship in three weeks.