Serena Puang
Contributing Reporter
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The Yalie Ep 7: How Yale’s Leave of Absence Policy Leaves Students Without a Choice

Tune in to Episode 7 of the Yalie, where hosts Dante Motley and Carter Dewees sit down with Serena Puang, the editor of the new […]

‘I had to choose between my education and my safety’: How Yale’s withdrawal and reinstatement policies leave students no choice but to stay

Whether because of specific University policies, failure to communicate these policies to students or longstanding rumors, many students feel they have no choice but to remain enrolled at Yale, even when it might not be in their best interest.

PROFILE: Between Lee Isaac Chung and Me

When I reached out to Lee Isaac Chung to request an interview, he tentatively agreed, then gently asked if I’d gotten the chance to see […]

Zihao Lin
Kristina Wong talks race, gender and comedy in electoral politics

On Wednesday night, performance artist and elected representative Kristina Wong delivered the final performance of her virtual tour, “Kristina Wong for Public Office.” The event, […]

Law professors discuss the ADA, accessibility

On July 26, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act, which extended protections against discrimination to people with disabilities, was signed into law. In its 30-year […]

YCBA features Hew Locke in At Home Series

An elaborate cardboard ship once stood pressed against the pillars of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The installation challenged the boundaries of its […]

FGLI peer mentorship groups extend reach to sophomores

When Vanessa Cheng started her first year at Yale earlier this month, many questions weighed heavily on her mind: What classes should I take? How […]

NHSO fellowship supports underrepresented groups in classical music

As a child, Aurora Mendez lived a mere train ride away from Carnegie Hall. From the age of four, she wanted to play violin — […]

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Hopewell Rogers ’18 DIV ’20: Caring from a distance

Like many others, Rogers' life has been turned upside down by COVID-19. Besides having to finish her degree online, she finds herself caring for her friend’s two-year-old during the day and counseling sophomores remotely — all while being COVID-19-positive.

MFA students start activist group, seek assistance from School of Art

On March 21, a letter from Yale School of Art Dean Marta Kuzma announced to the school’s 129 MFA students that in-person class instruction would […]

Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl: Teacher of Teachers of Languages

The first thing you notice when entering Dow Hall office 102 is the three towering bookshelves. Linguistics reference books are obscured by a handmade leather […]