Zach Morris
Staff Reporter
Zach Morris covers the endowment, finances, & donations. He previously covered international affairs and is a sophomore in Branford College majoring in English.
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Planetary Solutions Project awards nearly $1.5 million to faculty proposals

In the Project’s first year, leaders awarded funding to 21 faculty proposals across disciplines.

Yale’s hiring of temporary workers leads to turnover during pandemic

Many of the registered nurses the University has hired during the pandemic do not qualify for benefits. Two staff members reflected on the lack of benefits and how it affects retention.

Yale deans outline concrete measures faculty can take to alleviate student stress

Yale administrators have recently encouraged faculty to take measures to reduce student stress. While some professors have canceled assignments and extended deadlines, others have continued […]

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Yale was a top producer of Fulbright awardees during 2020-2021 cycle

The U.S Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs released a ranking last month of higher education institutions that produced the most 2020-2021 […]

Survey reveals Yale College’s alcohol preferences

In a recent survey, the News analyzed how Yale College students’ drinking habits have been affected by COVID-19.

Meet Eric Scholl, the voice behind Yale basketball

Eric Scholl is the lead public address announcer for Yale women’s and men’s basketball. Since his first announcing season at Yale during the 2018-19 season, […]

Yale School of Drama alumni launch ‘Encompass Collective’

In September, four teaching artists — Francesca Fernandez McKenzie DRA ’18, Julian Elijah Martinez DRA ’16, Sohina Sidhu DRA ’19 and Jenelle Chu DRA ’16 […]

Bond Sports, co-founded by Yale alum, powering athletic facility management on campus and beyond

Yale Sports and Recreation has adopted a new software platform this year to manage facility reservations: Bond Sports. Launched in March of this year, Bond […]

Yale epidemiologists uncertain about possibility of spring-semester competition

With the Ivy League’s decision on spring-semester athletic competition still unannounced, Yale epidemiologists and some coaches are expressing uncertainty about the feasibility of restarting athletic […]

A look into Yale’s ROTC program during COVID-19

Yale’s Reserve Officers Training Corps program, or ROTC, continues to thrive amid the pandemic as a host to Air Force and Naval units on campus. […]

Yale professors, students react to halt on TikTok ban

The U.S. government has recently taken a series of actions against the Chinese social media app TikTok, which is used to create short music, dance […]