Toia Conde Rodrigues da Cunha
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Toia Conde Rodrigues da Cunha is the News' Instagram editor. Originally from São Paulo, Brazil, she is studying cognitive science as sophomore. Toia is also a staff reporter for the Sports desk and was a staff photographer.
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TRACK & FIELD: Kayley DeLay ’22 earns second All-America recognition this season at indoor track nationals

Yale’s distance runner Kayley DeLay ’22 finished 15th in the 5k race at the NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships Friday.

TRACK & FIELD: McMahon ’22, Coy ’22 and Sei ’22 set new school records in weekend competition

The Bulldogs traveled to Boston for the IC4A Indoor Track & Field Championships, marking the end of the indoor season.

TRACK & FIELD: Bulldogs take sixth at Ivy Heptagonals

Both the women’s and men’s teams placed sixth overall, while Juma Sei ’22, Kayley DeLay ’22 and Trent Charles ’22 became Ivy League champions.

TRACK & FIELD: Bulldogs prepare for Ivy League Heptagonal

After record-breaking weeks of indoor competitions for the Blue and White, the Bulldogs warm up for their most important competition yet.

TRACK & FIELD: Yale squad adds three new school records and eight first place wins

With eight victories this past weekend and several personal bests, the track and field team gets ready for the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Track and Field Championships.

TRACK & FIELD: Records fall in Boston as Juma Sei ’22 finishes first in 500m

Yale’s women’s squad brought home six new Yale all-times, six new personal bests and a one new school record, while the men’s team brought home a victory and a new Yale record.

SWIMMING & DIVING: ‘It Feels Like Flying:’ Iszac Henig ’23 soars on women’s swim team

Iszac Henig ’23, star sprinter of the Yale women’s swimming and diving team, speaks about his journey to the water and navigating the swimming landscape as a transgender man.

TRACK & FIELD: Men open Ivy competition in dominant fashion; Women place second

The Yale men’s track and field team cleaned up at the annual Yale Dartmouth Columbia meet and the women’s team showed promise for the season to come. Rookie thrower Matt Appel ’24 broke the program shot put record.

SQUASH: Bulldogs remain undefeated midway through season

Both the No. 4 women’s and No. 7 men’s squash teams look hopeful to 2022 given perfect records in 2021.

Cry Corners

Iris Tsouris It is Thursday, and I am once again at Commons, crying into my bowl of Pasta e Basta. If you prefer to cry […]