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Welcome to the special issue: Amplifying AAPI Voices 2022

Welcome the Yale Daily News’ special issue celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander communities! We are incredibly excited to present a mix of reported content and thoughtful personal essays as well as multimedia and artwork.

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MARKELS: Words that Love Me

So far, I would say my longest and most tumultuous period of rainfall started soon after the start of the COVID-19 outbreak. On one pandemic […]

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ANDERSON: Reflecting on Pacific Islander inclusion during AAPI month, at Yale and beyond

In the United States, the month of May is meant to recognize Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage, a group historically labeled as AAPI. Often, however, the “PI” of “AAPI” is neglected and such discourse focuses predominantly on Asian American narratives.

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TWOMEY & SONG: Recognize Yale’s Medal of Honor recipients

Across Yale’s historic campus are monuments heralding its contributions to national service; etched names of fallen graduates line the walls of Woolsey Rotunda and a […]

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JOHNSON: Shut DKE Down Now

Trigger Warning: This article contains mention of sexual violence. Last week, the News reported that Delta Kappa Epsilon is returning to Yale.  But why is […]

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FUFUNAN: Let them drink boba

"The Asian American Students Alliance at Yale is committed to building the largest tent possible. Coalition-building has always been central to our work."

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DEWEES: So Ted, what’s the verdict?

Though I’m sympathetic to the well-thought-out argument made a few weeks ago urging students to skip the Ted Cruz event, I decided to go. After […]

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DOMINGUEZ: Dear Yale, from Arnold Hall

Yale has published countless guidelines in regard to preventing and treating COVID-19. They have guidelines set in place about what to expect when a student […]

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AHMED: Yale’s shy ‘Finance Bros’

If you’re going to go into consulting or finance, I want to ask why most of you don’t have the spine to be publicly proud […]

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LARA MIDKIFF & SCHULTZ: Masego’s “Navajo” is anti-Indigenous and Yale should do better

Masego, a popular Jamaican American funk, fusion and future soul artist, is slated to be a Spring Fling headliner this season. Among his most recognizable […]

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FENG: The Artist’s Gaze

In The White Album Joan Didion writes, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” In a book that dips in and out of the […]