Will Wang
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Author commemorates Yale architect

Louis Kahn was already 50 years old when he designed the Yale University Art Gallery — his first-ever major building. Yet as author and art […]

Activists, homeless march for housing

On Wednesday afternoon, Staggers — a homeless man — marched through the city with a crowd of around 50 people to protest what he described as the city’s inaction on homelessness.

China expert sees religious revival

In recent years, China has seen a surge in religious activity, with millions of Chinese citizens turning toward folk religions, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity and other […]

Div School painting reveals hidden secrets

When the Yale Divinity School approached conservator Kathy Hebb to restore a painting depicting Martin Luther and other leaders of the Protestant Reformation, Hebb’s first […]

Murphy, Yale professor condemn Trump on nukes

With United States-North Korea relations growing tenser by the day, Yale professor Abbas Amanat joined Senator Chris Murphy, D-Conn., in Hartford on Wednesday to condemn […]

Antillean Manor purchase proceeds

Residents of Antillean Manor have long charged Carabetta Management Co., which maintains the housing co-op on Day Street in western New Haven, with poor administration […]

Legal scholars debate gerrymandering, democracy

Constitutional lawyer Erin Murphy led a spirited discussion Monday afternoon at the Yale Law School at which attendees discussed partisan gerrymandering its legality, and its […]

City fends off West Nile virus

City officials last Thursday celebrated the completion of a campaign to combat the spread of West Nile virus in the New Haven area. Primarily transmitted […]

LGBTQ conference addresses activism, empowerment

Administrators and activists in the Yale LGBTQ community held discussions dedicated to the personal and political empowerment of queer individuals at a conference on Monday, […]