Yale Daily News

Daily news refers to a constant flow of information about current events. The information may come from television and radio broadcasts, news websites, newspapers and magazines, or even social media and blogs. The information provided by these sources is usually condensed and focuses on major events that have occurred or are occurring. It is sometimes accompanied by opinions and analysis, but the main focus is on providing a factual account of recent events.

Generally, the news article begins with a headline that grabs attention and draws the reader in. The headline should be catchy, emotion evoking, or create curiosity. The lead paragraph then begins to report the news in more detail. The information is presented in a chronological order and each subsequent paragraph gives less and less information. The article may also contain quotes from a variety of people, such as the coach, the quarterback, or a fan in the stands.

The Yale Daily News, founded in 1878, is the nation’s oldest college newspaper and serves as the primary source of campus news at Yale and throughout New Haven. The News publishes every weekday during the academic year, as well as a Friday supplement known as WKND and the annual Yale Daily News Magazine. The News also produces special issue editions that explore issues affecting the Yale and New Haven communities in collaboration with various student groups and cultural centers on campus.

In addition to reporting on campus and city news, the newspaper also offers opinion pieces and features. Its writers have gone on to careers in journalism and public service, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Joseph Lieberman, Strobe Talbott, and others.

An online version of the paper is available at ydnonline. The digital edition is accessible from any computer with a web browser, and it allows users to read the latest issues on their smartphones, tablets, or computers. It is free to all members of the Yale community, and it is updated daily.

The website also provides access to the Yale Daily News Historical Archive. The archive contains digital copies of the newspaper from its beginnings to 1996. Donations can be made to support the ongoing work of the Archive. Donations to the Archive are tax deductible in the United States. Donations are used to pay for servers, software, and staff. These donations help to ensure that the news is available in perpetuity. The website also has a feature that allows readers to submit stories and photos. This helps to keep the website fresh and interesting for the audience. In 2021, an anonymous Yale alumnus made a gift to the Archive that facilitated its migration to a new and improved platform. In addition, it facilitated the acquisition of additional issues that were previously missing. The YDN Archive continues to be supported by gifts from Yale alumni and other individuals. Donate today to support the continued work of the YDN Archive. Your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by NewsMatch!