Zhemin Shao
Staff Reporter
Zhemin Shao covers the University's endowment, finances and donations. He previously covered the Office of Career Strategy. Originally from Seattle, WA, he is a sophomore in Silliman College.
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YLS professors weigh in on filibuster reform

As calls for filibuster reform gain momentum on the national stage, Yale Law School professors shared their opinions on the long-standing Senate procedure. The filibuster, […]

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YSS sees threefold increase in applications

As students continue to solidify their summer plans, Yale Summer Session has received approximately three times the number of applications that would have normally been […]

As Yalies search for summer opportunities, uncertainties remain

While the ongoing vaccine rollout promises an eventual return to pre-pandemic life, multiple coronavirus-related obstacles have continued to challenge some students as they try to […]

Alumni engagement through OCS has increased amid pandemic

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit last spring, the Office of Career Strategy has seen a boost in alumni engagement, leading to more opportunities for Yale […]

CGCC initiative continues to hold virtual events, career fairs

Nearly five years after its founding, the Common Good and Creative Careers Initiative within Yale’s Office of Career Strategy continues to progress in its mission […]

YES launches Startup Incubator, adapts initiatives to virtual format

This semester, the Yale Entrepreneurial Society — a student group focused on promoting entrepreneurship at Yale and nationally — plans to debut a new project […]

In Search of Middle C

“Zhemin, will you find middle C for us on the piano?” My kindergarten class was gathered on the rug for afternoon circle time. Our teacher, […]

From venture capital to the great outdoors: Elizabeth Olshanetsky ’24 invests in personal growth

Elizabeth Olshanetsky ’24 is no stranger to profiles — but she’s usually the one writing them. This June, Olshanetsky launched her personal blog, Techs and […]

YPU president, party leaders reflect on virtual semester

Like many other student organizations, the Yale Political Union has held activities in a virtual format in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The YPU, which […]

Buckley Program hosts 10th annual conference, ‘Sixty Years Since the Sixties’

Last week, the William F. Buckley Jr. Program hosted its 10th annual conference, titled “Sixty Years Since the Sixties,” bringing together academics and attendees from […]

On the same wavelength: Scientists collaborate to explore symmetry, waves

An interdisciplinary study on the properties of waves in symmetric metamaterials, or materials engineered to have properties that do not occur naturally, is set to […]