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For over 140 years, the Yale Daily News has served as the primary source of news and debate at Yale. Founded in 1878, the YDN is one of the oldest college newspapers in the United States. Many of its alumni have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public service, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Joseph Lieberman, Sargent Shriver, Paul Steiger, Strobe Talbott, and Jacob Weisberg.

In the wake of a Supreme Court decision that struck down affirmative action at selective colleges, The News looks at how universities could change their admissions models while maintaining diversity. The News also explores the roots of affirmative action and its relationship to racial justice.

The Vestaburg Wolverines haven’t won a game in 663 days, but the team has plenty of faith that their final game of 2022 will finally bring them a victory. The Wolverines are playing for their lives in Gratiot County’s baseball league playoff against Montabella, with the winner of the match facing off in the final game of the season on Sunday.

A trove of photographs that capture the heart of a city is now open for viewing at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The collection, which contains more than 30,000 images, is considered one of the finest collections of 20th-century urban life.

As the city of Detroit seeks to rebuild its economy, it is trying to get more people involved in creating a stronger community. The city is partnering with the nonprofit Detroit Creative Corridor to create a new program that will help residents develop their creative potential through various programs.

The New York Times is publishing a special edition of its newspaper, the “Long Islander”, on May 25th in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the terrorist attack that took place at the World Trade Center. The edition is filled with stories and quotes from residents, as well as photos from the day.

Amid a series of cost-cutting moves by the hedge fund that owns the newspaper, dozens of summer journalism interns are getting their pink slips. The Times’ parent company, Tribune Publishing, wants to eliminate all positions that are not considered essential, which includes a number of full-time staffers at its major metro newspapers. The slashing of jobs follows the News’ co-owner, Alden Global Capital, offering all its full-time editorial workers the opportunity to take voluntary buyouts. This is the latest sign of the turmoil at Tribune Publishing.