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The News welcomes its newest staffers

Nearly 100 Yalies joined the Yale Daily News over the last semester. Today, they begin producing content as staffers for the Oldest College Daily.

Yale admits 9.02 percent of early applicants, marking lowest early admit rate in more than two decades

Of 7,856 early action applicants, Yale College admitted 709 students to the class of 2028 — the lowest early acceptance rate in the history of Yale’s current non-binding early action program.

FOOTBALL: Bulldogs beat Harvard 23-18, earn back-to-back Ivy titles

The Bulldogs won The Game 23-18, earning a second consecutive Ivy title for Yale. The Elis share this year's title with the Crimson, as both teams boast a 5-2 league record.


Dear Editor:   From my kitchen wall I take down my “Rachel, We Won’t Forget You” card bearing 23-year-old Rachel Corrie’s face. “On March 16, […]


To the Editors, The sanitized language used in your article about the cancellation of Simchat Torah services at Slifka is a travesty.  And the quotation […]

LIVE: New Haven votes

Follow along with live updates from Election Day in New Haven.

What’s left on the blackboards?

  It’s hard to walk into a Yale classroom without seeing laptops or iPads in front of everyone. Surprisingly, this has not decreased the use […]

IN PHOTOS: What are Yalies doing to live sustainably?

PAPILLION: A complicated cannabis conference

Had you told me at graduation that I’d one day head back to New Haven to speak at a Yale-sponsored marijuana conference, I would have […]

LEVIN: The strike continues

At noon on Wednesday, Sept. 25, during their fifth week of college classes, 50 first years walked out of their Directed Studies lecture to the […]

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