As part of the Office of LGBTQ Resources’ Transgender Awareness Week programming, Ale Campillo, JE ‘22, hosted a panel discussion on the evening of Thursday, November 19th titled “Uplifting Transgender and Non-Binary BIPOC Voices.” During this event, six undergraduate panelists—Akweley, TD ’23 (chose not to share last name), Morgan BakerMore
The relationship between New Haven and Yale has been fraught since the University’s establishment in 1701. The give-and-take interplay between the Yale community and the city’s business owners is, in some ways, more relevant than ever during this turbulent time. Students have taken on roles as both employees and patronsMore
One night in mid-October I was running a fever––somewhere between 100.5 and 101 ℉ according to the infrared thermometer my parents had bought in the early weeks of the pandemic. I felt generally lousy––chills, headache, malaise––and began quarantining in my bedroom as a precaution. Early the next morning I droveMore
Most houses still have Halloween decorations on their yards, while in supermarkets across the nation candy is on clearance. Pumpkin spice and cinnamon flavors have overrun menus. Mariah Carey is once again on the charts. Welcome to the holidays! While the holiday season abruptly ends at New Years, the startMore
The Yale Herald, a weekly Yale undergraduate publication, is nestled in the sweet spot between magazine and newspaper. Since 1986, the Herald has aimed to provide in-depth, analytical reporting and includes personal essays, interviews and profiles, culture articles, creative writing, reviews, humor, and feature coverage of campus and local happenings. With a circulation of 3,000, the Herald is the second-highest circulated campus publication and is distributed free of charge throughout the Yale campus and New Haven businesses.