About the Magazine

Founded in 1972, the Yale Daily News Magazine is an editorially-independent periodical that publishes seven issues each year. Mag is the New York Times Magazine to the daily paper’s New York Times and the “lux” to the daily paper’s “veritas.” The magazine publishes in print and digitally, featuring long-form narrative nonfiction, investigations, profiles, creative writing, humor, multimedia journalism and art.

If you have questions, concerns or tips, please contact Editors in Chief Abigail Sylvor Greenberg and Oliver Guinan at abigail.sylvorgreenberg@yale.edu and oliver.guinan@yale.edu.

2022-2023 Masthead

Editors in Chief: Abigail Sylvor Greenberg, Oliver Guinan

Senior Editors: Marie Sanford, Isabella Zou

Managing Editors: Margot Lee, Idone Rhodes

Associate Editors: Kinnia Cheuk, Gavin Guerrette, Wilhelmina Graff, Zack Hauptman, Hannah Han, Audrey Kolker, Isabel Maney, Olivia Wedemeyer

Staff Writers: Irene Colombo, Sophie Dauerman, Madelyn Dawson, Abigail Dixon, Sophia Groff, Anne Gross, Gavin Guerrette, Ariel Kim, Audrey Kolker, Cindy Kuang, Ruth Lee, Isaac Monks, Anabel Moore, Du Nghiem, Emily Peng, Suraj Singareddy, Kylie Volavongsa, Zelda Barnz

The Wallace Prize

The Wallace Prize is the most prestigious independently awarded undergraduate writing prize at Yale. Every spring, Mag hosts an open submission for the prize in memory of Peter J. Wallace ’64, a former member of the Yale Daily News editorial board. Undergraduates from all disciplines submit their unpublished fiction and nonfiction for a chance to be published in a special issue of Mag and win a cash prize. Submissions are judged by an anonymous panel of experts across literature, academia and journalism.

Read past winners here. To keep up with the Prize, join our panlist by emailing the Editors in Chief.