Simi Olurin
Staff Producer
Simi Olurin currently serves as editor of the Yale Daily News Podcast Desk. She is a double major in Political Science and Film & Media Studies.
Producer Archive
Full Disclosure: Confessions of Student Athletes at Yale

Yale Daily News Podcasts · Full Disclosure: Confessions of Student Athletes at Yale Varsity student-athletes at Yale sit down to discuss the various myths and […]

Full Disclosure E5: Native Students Speak on Fall Semester and its Significance

Yale Daily News Podcasts · Native Students Speak on Fall Semester and its Significance The end of the fall semester usually presents difficulties for many […]

Full Disclosure E4: Activism Beyond the Performance

Yale Daily News Podcasts · Full Disclosure: Activism Beyond the Performance Students and faculty discuss the nuances between genuine progress and performative activism and allyship […]

Full Disclosure E3: Piece of Mind: Faculty and Students on Yale’s Mental Health Culture

Full Disclosure · Piece of Mind: Faculty and Students on Yale's Mental Health Culture Students and faculty discuss the realities of Yale’s mental health culture […]

Humbled and Confused

I like to consider myself a snob when it comes to cinema. Not only do I think that I have impeccable taste in films and […]

Full Disclosure Ep 1 Part 2: First Impressions of Yale’s Queer Race Gap

A first year and a sophomore offer fresh insights and perspectives about their early experiences as queer students of color in Yale’s LGBTQ community. In […]

Full Disclosure Ep 1: Reflections on Yale’s Queer Race Gap

Two students of color discuss their experiences, erasure, and the importance of intersectional perspectives within the LGBTQ+ community at Yale. Part 1 of the two-episode […]

Dwindling Circle

COVID has ravaged every facet of society. It’s scary because with each day it becomes increasingly difficult to imagine life after COVID. Every conceivable aspect […]

School of Public Health introduces racial justice concentration

As the country grapples with an unruly pandemic that has disproportionately affected people of color, the Yale School of Public Health has rolled out a […]

Comfort During COVID Ep. 2: Senioritis Interrupted: “Fast-Tracked Into the Real World”

Senior Maddie Smith discusses what it’s like to have her time at Yale be unexpectedly cut short and the mutual fear that seniors across the […]

Moving out: Changes on Hillhouse Avenue

As Yale prepares to open the new Tobin Center for Economic Policy in 2022, faculty members in the Economics Department have begun to temporarily relocate […]

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