Sophie Wang
Staff Reporter
Sophie Wang is a Science and Technology editor at the News, as well as co-chair of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. She previously covered the Yale New Haven Health System and COVID-19. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Sophie is a sophomore in Berkeley College double majoring in computer science and English.
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Welcome to the Lifting Up Latinx Identity special issue!

We are thrilled to showcase content centered on Latinx members of our community — including profiles, spoken word poetry, photography and illustrations.

Latinx professors at Yale break barriers in STEM

Martha Muñoz, Enrique M. De La Cruz and Daniel Colón Ramos reflect on their journeys in science academia and emphasize commitments toward increasing diversity and representation in education.

New bioscience center opens downtown

Biotechnology development and innovation are taking place in New Haven with a focus on developing novel treatments for cancer patients.

“It’s an absolute nightmare”: Family of deceased son sues YNHH for neglect

The family of Billy Miller, who passed away from fentanyl overdose after spending seven hours unattended in YNHH, is taking legal action against the hospital on grounds of neglect and miscommunication.

Student volunteer-run organization donates nearly 200,000 pieces of PPE across the U.S.

As one of the only PPE distribution organizations in the U.S., PPE4ALL – founded by Yale and University of Michigan students – serves communities most impacted by the virus.

Yale researchers use satellite images to locate detention camps in Russian-occupied Ukraine

The Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab’s collaboration with the U.S. State Department is set to be discussed at the UN Security Council next Tuesday.

Marvin Chun steps down as dean of Yale college

In Mid-January, Dean of Yale College Marvin Chun announced that he would step down after serving as dean for five years.  Chun — a professor […]

FEATURE: Where do Asians fit in the newsroom?

“As an East Asian, you’re one of the least oppressed people in the world.”

Pamela Sutton-Wallace named new COO of Yale New Haven Health System

Starting July 11, Pamela Sutton-Wallace will serve as the Yale New Haven Health System COO as it navigates to a new normal at this stage in the pandemic.

Yale-led study finds racial and ethnic disparities in sleep duration

Through analyzing data from the National Health Interview Survey, Yale researchers found sleep disparities along racial and ethnic lines.

18th Annual Yale Healthcare Conference engages industry professionals and students in conversations on current healthcare issues

Industry leaders, professionals and scholars discussed healthcare accessibility and an increasing need for patient-centered innovation during this year’s 18th Annual Yale Healthcare Conference.