Daily News

The Yale Daily News is the nation’s oldest college daily newspaper and serves the University community each weekday when classes are in session. The News is editorially independent and has a tradition of publishing students who have gone on to significant careers in journalism and public service. The News has been the primary source of student debate and discussion since its founding on January 28, 1878. The News publishes five days a week (Monday through Friday) during the academic year, plus a Friday supplement called WKND and several special issues each year, including a Yale-Harvard game day issue, a Commencement issue, and a First Year issue. The News also publishes a monthly magazine and several annual commemorative editions celebrating the Yale community’s Indigenous, Black, Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in collaboration with those communities’ student centers and affiliated groups on campus. The News also publishes the YDN Historical Archive which includes digitized versions of the News’ printed issues.

The Daily News covers city news and features intense celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics, a huge sports section and an opinion page. The News also has a strong online presence, including an extensive social media site and mobile apps.

As with print, online readers rely on search to find the information they want. As a result, the website must provide the right keywords to ensure that people searching for a specific topic will find the article they’re looking for. It’s also important for websites to provide multiple points of view on major stories. This allows readers to gain a deeper understanding of the news by seeing how various people perceive it.

In addition to displaying photos and video, Daily News articles often contain quotes from people involved in the story. These quotes are often used to emphasize the tone of the piece, but they can also provide insight into how the event unfolded. For example, a story about a sporting event may include quotes from the coach and players. In addition, it’s important to provide as many details as possible about the story so that it’s easy for readers to understand what’s happening.

The Daily News has long been in a fierce circulation battle with the more sensational New York Post, but it remained one of the nation’s top-selling newspapers. Its editorial stance has varied over the decades, but it has typically been a centrist paper with a high-minded, if populist, legacy. In the 1940s, it favored isolationism during World War II, and in the 1970s, it shifted to a more liberal perspective. In recent years, it has favored a more moderate position in its coverage of national political stories. The News has also been a strong advocate for the city of New York. Its storied history is a testament to the importance of local journalism and the need for communities to have their voices heard through the media.