The Yale Daily News
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IN PHOTOS: 2020–2024

Announcing the Managing Board of 2026

On April 21, 2024, the Yale Daily News elected its 147th Managing Board, which will lead the Oldest College Daily through the 2024-25 academic year. […]

Meet the Winners of the 2024 Wallace Prize!

Read the winners of the 2024 Wallace Prize on the YDN website or in our digital issue.   Maude Lechner is a senior in Berkeley […]

Announcing the winners of the 2024 Wallace Prize

  The Yale Daily News Magazine is thrilled to publish the winners of the 2024 Wallace Prize. The Wallace Prize recognizes previously unpublished fiction and nonfiction […]

Yale and New Haven Police clear encampment on Cross Campus, no arrests made

Tuesday morning, Yale and New Haven officers completely cleared the Pro-Palestine encampment on Cross Campus. A University spokesperson confirmed that all protesters left the encampment when asked and no arrests were made.

Yale Police arrests student protester in William L. Harkness Hall

At least four police officers intercepted a student protester inside WLH and arrested them under suspicion of vandalizing University property during last week’s protests on Beinecke Plaza.

Pro-Palestine protesters erect new encampment on Cross Campus

Following a mass rally in downtown New Haven, around 250 pro-Palestine protesters set up 40 tents on Cross Campus, where they moved after police cleared a previous encampment on Beinecke Plaza and arrested 44 students.

Salovey addresses student arrests, threatens disciplinary action

In a Monday email, Yale President Peter Salovey wrote that the morning arrest of 47 pro-divestment student protesters encamped on Beinecke Plaza was because students did not heed administrators’ warnings.

Yale police arrest 47 student protesters for trespassing on Beinecke Plaza

After Yale police made morning arrests on Beinecke Plaza, hundreds of protesters moved to blockade the intersection of Grove and College Streets until rush hour, moving then to Cross Campus. The News followed the day live.

Pro-divestment protesters continue Beinecke encampment for third day under threat of disciplinary action

The encampment began Friday, continuing a weeklong surge of protests on Beinecke Plaza in favor of military weapons divestment. Over 250 pro-Palestine protesters are occupying 40 tents on the plaza as of late Sunday night.