Daily News is a collection of news articles that have been curated by staff from the Great Lakes Commission. It is a valuable resource for keeping up with news and information from the region.
Founded on January 28, 1878, the Yale Daily News (YDN) is the nation’s oldest college newspaper and one of its most influential. The YDN has long been a source of news and commentary, and many of its writers have gone on to distinguished careers in journalism and public life.
The Yale Daily News Historical Archive provides access to digitized versions of the YDN printed between 1996 and 2021. It is available free of charge, and is open to the world. The archive was made possible by a generous donation from an anonymous Yale alumnus.
Today’s Daily Current Affairs page provides comprehensive coverage of environmental issues, including climate change and pollution, as well as conservation efforts. Aspirants can find detailed coverage of the latest policy decisions and initiatives aimed at protecting the environment, as well as updates on scientific research and breakthroughs.
Besides this, this page also covers important political events and their impacts on society. It also gives updates on government policies aimed at promoting economic growth. These include Make in India, Digital India and Start-up India. It also covers other key issues affecting society such as terrorism, cyber crimes and more.
This page offers a detailed overview of the Indian economy. Aspirants can get the latest updates on the stock market, GDP growth, inflation and other important indicators. The page also covers important political developments, including elections and the impact of different political parties.
It is important for aspirants to keep up with the latest happenings in society. This is because a lot of questions in the IAS exam are related to social issues and problems. This page will provide aspirants with in-depth coverage of all major social issues that are relevant to the IAS exam.
The YDN editorial board welcomes guest columns from Yale community members. However, it is highly preferable that submissions focus on subjects that relate to the Yale-New Haven community. YDN staff will review all submissions and contact authors regarding any major changes to their piece. For more information about submitting a guest column, please visit our Write for Us page.