THE NEWS’ VIEWS
EDITORIAL: A fair share

On March 1, Mayor Justin Elicker unveiled two possible budgets for the upcoming fiscal year, representing two vastly different visions for the future of New […]

EDITORIAL: YCC elections

While the editorial board would ordinarily make endorsements in YCC elections, we have chosen not to do so this year because one of the candidates for YCC president, Joaquín Lara Midkiff ’23, is a member of the board.

EDITORIAL: Do no harm

Content warning: This article contains references to suicide. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a hotline for individuals in crisis or for those looking to […]

EDITORIAL: Save shopping period

  We weren’t thinking about next semester, but we are now.  On March 8, Yale College Dean Marvin Chun announced to undergraduates that a beloved […]

EDITORIAL: Give us a break

We need a break.  It’s the third week of the semester, and students are suffering. We’re taking normal course loads under decidedly abnormal conditions. We’re […]

EDITORIAL: Shutting out light and silencing truth

On Wednesday, Jan. 6, the nation sat in limbo as supporters of the former president violently stormed the United States Capitol Building. Aiming to disrupt […]

Congratulations to our newest staffers

Arts Dominique CastanheiraSamhitha JosyulaMaia DeckerMaria Antonia Henriques SendasTania Tsunik Business George WangOlivia ZhangGrace O’KeefeNatasha RavinandSimon RabinowitzJimin KimRosemary Yanxi ChenKelvin Yip City Sylvan LebrunVanika MaheshAlvaro PerpulySai […]

PUBLIC EDITORS: Introducing the News’ public editors

What is a public editor? A public editor evaluates a media organization’s news coverage to ensure journalistic integrity and fair reporting. They serve as a […]

EDITORIAL: Announcing the News’ Editorial Board

After a rigorous application process, the News is pleased to announce its inaugural Editorial Board: an institutional body — which does not represent the entire institution […]

NEWS’ VIEW: Bahri ’22 for President, Johnson ’22 for Vice President

In this year’s long-awaited Yale College Council elections, we have been presented with a number of impressive candidates, each of whom envisions a more equitable […]

NEWS’ VIEW: In solidarity

Given the state of national distress and mourning in the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and so many other […]