The Yale Daily News

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The Yale Daily News is the oldest college newspaper in the United States. Published every weekday while the University is in session, the News provides Yale students with a forum for debate and discussion on the most important political and social issues of our time. The paper has a long tradition of launching careers in journalism and public service. Its alumni include William F. Buckley, Joan Ganz Cooney, John Hersey, Lan Samantha Chang, Strobe Talbott, and many others.

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As the decline of print journalism continues, more and more communities are becoming “news deserts.” With few traditional sources of local news, residents in these areas struggle to separate fact from fiction and to make sense of their lives. The story of one such community—Mckeesport, Pennsylvania—is a national tragedy and a cautionary tale. In Death of the Daily News, Andrew Conte offers a searching and deeply reported look at what happens when a newspaper dies. His book is a profoundly insightful study, cleverly organized around the stages of grief, and a surprisingly hopeful one as well.

The News Building on 42nd Street, designed by Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells, was an official city and national landmark until 1995. It was the model for the Daily Planet building in the first two Superman films.