For more than a century, the Yale Daily News has been at the center of debate and discussion at Yale. It is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States and has a long history of producing prominent alumni in journalism and public service. The News reflects the campus community through stories, opinion pieces, and interviews with students, faculty, staff, and administrators. The News publishes five days a week when the University is in session. In addition to the Daily News, the paper produces a Friday supplement called WEEKEND and several special issues each year including the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue, Commencement Issue, First Year Issue, and a Diversity Issue celebrating the work of Yale’s Black, Latinx, and AAPI communities.
The Yale Daily News Historical Archive is an online resource that contains digital copies of every issue of the News published between 1996 and the present. The archive is maintained by the Yale University Library.
A daily newspaper is a publication printed on a daily basis and distributed in the city where it is published. A daily newspaper may be distributed through the mail or at retail outlets. Often, daily newspapers are distributed at newsstands and on street corners in urban areas. In some cases, a daily newspaper may also be found in the lobby of a large office building or at the front entrance of a school or hospital.
Historically, the term daily news has been used to describe newspapers printed in a metropolitan area that are generally considered to be of interest to a wide audience. For example, a daily newspaper in New York City is generally understood to be of interest to readers from all walks of life. In the past, many daily newspapers were published in a large number of languages and were available on a subscription basis. In recent years, however, the use of the term daily news has come to be associated with newspapers that are printed in a single language and distributed throughout the country or internationally.
The term daily news is most commonly used to describe the contents of a newspaper, but it can also refer to any information that is updated regularly on a website or other medium. For example, some websites offer “breaking news” that updates regularly. This type of information is usually provided on a constant basis so that users can be up to date on current events. Frequently, breaking news is provided on a national or international scale and is considered to be of particular interest to a broad audience. Other sources of daily news include radio and television broadcasts that are updated on a frequent basis. These informational media are sometimes used to provide commentary on current events and are often viewed by consumers as a way to stay informed about the world around them. In addition, a great deal of daily news is presented on the Internet in the form of blogs and social networking sites.