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YTV Profiles: Artist and Yale undergraduate Matt Herriot ‘23 dedicates gap semester to painting

Matt Herriot ‘22 describes how he used his gap semester to paint his home environment. YTV’s Maya Weldon-Lagrimas ‘23 reports.

Unions call for respect from Yale at car caravan rally

With contract negotiations for Yale’s unions looming, workers took to the streets, both on foot and in cars, to send a message of strength and […]

‘Yale: Respect New Haven’: Organizers paint a message to Salovey on Prospect Street

Labor organizers left a permanent mark on the University’s doorstep last Sunday, painting the words ‘Yale: Respect New Haven’ on Prospect Street. The words were […]

Community spirit helps local Asian stores survive pandemic

Asian grocery stores in the Elm City are thriving despite facing ingredient shortages, supply chain issues and a reduced number of customers during the pandemic. […]

Asian performance groups reflect on their identities at Yale

For AAPI heritage month, YTV’s Tiffany Fang ’24 and Yingying Zhao ’24 spoke to members of Hangarak, C Sharp, Jook Songs and Jashan Bhangra about […]

Peaches: A video essay

Cheryl Chen ’24 read an excerpt of her essay about the Asian American experience. Made with illustrations by Dora Guo ’24.

Celebrating Asian communities

To mark the beginning of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, this special issue of the News celebrates Asian communities at Yale and in New Haven. In this issue, you can find reported pieces, columns, essays, illustrations and videos.

Students gather at the AACC after its opening.
New Haven students protest police violence

Fourth through sixth grade students at Elm City Montessori School took to the streets in the Westville neighborhood to protest against police violence on Thursday […]


Dear President Salovey, The undersigned Yale College alumni started together as Morse College first years in the class of 1972 and went on to careers, […]

New Haveners protest police violence outside Yale Police Department

On April 18, New Haven residents marched from City Hall to the Yale Police Department headquarters in response to recent incidents of police violence involving […]


To the Editor: Regarding Amelia Davidon’s excellent and comprehensive April 6, 2021 article (“After controversy, First Women Written History Project to include attribution, reinstate some […]