Wei-Ting Shih
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
GOLF: Bulldogs ready to tee off as Yale Athletics puts together a proposal for restoration of Yale’s historic course

Riding high after strong starts in the fall of 2019, Yale men’s and women’s golf teams entered the 2020 spring season with a hunger for […]

Ami Gianchandani, left, fist bumps her partner Kaitlyn Lee on the 18th hole during the first round of stroke play at the 2021 U.S. Women
Behind the Venue: McNay Family Sailing Center, home of the world’s oldest collegiate sailing club

Originally constructed in 1967 as the Yale Sailing Center, the McNay Family Sailing Center was renovated in 2002 and renamed in 2006. Since then, the state-of-the-art facility has nurtured generations of accomplished Yale sailors, including world champions and Olympic medalists.

An illustration of YCYC and some boats.
For Simone Koch Costa ’22, jumping rope is a lifelong passion

When Simone Koch Costa ’22 first began her journey as a competitive and performance jump roper 15 years ago, it was love at first sight. […]

Former NATO commander talks new book

On Wednesday, the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs hosted a talk with visiting fellow Adm. James Stavridis to discuss his first work of fiction, “2034: […]

YData spring-semester elective allows student sabermetricians to analyze baseball

As Major League Baseball teams begin their spring training games this Sunday, Yale students are able to delve into the sport and its data through […]

Jackson Institute hosts talk about post-Trump US policy

On Tuesday, the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs hosted a discussion on the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency on the American socio-political landscape and delved […]

Wellness redefined: Samantha Wolf presents ‘Ambient Dreams for Sleep-Deprived Teens’

Instead of the conventional self-care routine with scented candles, yoga exercises and face masks, the Yale Cabaret’s “Ambient Dreams for Sleep-Deprived Teens” redefines the meaning […]

Coco Ma MUS ’21 releases second fantasy novel

Last Tuesday, Coco Ma MUS ’21 published “God Storm,” the second book in her “Shadow Frost” fantasy trilogy. The third and final installment of this […]

Chayton Pabich Danyla presents “Flores caídos”

What does it truly mean to live and to die? To love and to hate? What does it mean to feel happiness and passion, and […]

New Haven PRIDE week goes virtual

For the first time ever, PRIDE New Haven went online this week, as concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic barred participants from meeting in-person.  The event, […]

David Zheng
Blue-Light College Years: First years learn ‘Bright College Years’ from behind a screen

In a time when the coronavirus pandemic has profoundly altered the conventional Yale first-year experience, the University has turned to digital alternatives in an attempt […]