Sharla Moody
Contributing Reporter
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IN PHOTOS: Snow day like the first day

Two Yale students, three alums become Schwarzman Scholars

Current Yale students Milan Vivanco ’21 and Trent Kannegieter ’21 as well as alumni Alexander Crich ’19, Mikaela Rabb ’18 and Harry Seavey ’19 received […]

POETRY: Summer Mortal

Yale Daily News Magazine · Summer Mortal Fishing with my father, I learned how to cast and reel, reel and cast, cast and reel, the […]

The Church at the End of the World

YVA hosts talk in honor of Veterans Day

On Wednesday, the Yale Veterans Association hosted a talk about what it means to be a veteran and the transition from being a soldier to […]

St. Mary’s priest becomes first person from Connecticut to be beatified

Last weekend, St. Mary’s Catholic Church celebrated the beatification of Father Michael McGivney — a priest who worked at the parish from 1877-1884. After McGivney’s […]

Historic building moved on Trumbull Street

This summer, a 200-year-old historic building previously located at 87 Trumbull St. was moved to make space for a new Yale economics center on Hillhouse […]

Senior a cappella groups change long-held travel traditions

As COVID-19 reshapes nearly every interpersonal activity on college campuses, Yale’s two world-renowned senior a cappella groups, the Whiffenpoofs and Whim ’n Rhythm, are trying […]

A Threefold Cord

Jeremy didn’t want to take Caleb with him, but Kathleen insisted. “I don’t want that cat in my house,” she said. “I don’t know what […]

Sophie Henry
Davenport hosts Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker

Documentary filmmaker Elaine Sheldon dedicated her Thursday evening to a room full of students to discuss ways to deconstruct stigma surrounding drug overdose. Davenport College […]

MOODY: What’s the point of a Yale education?

First-generation college students are often told that the point of their education is to do better than their parents, to live materially better lives than […]