WKND Take 2: Behind Yale’s Walls
In today’s WKND Take 2 segment, Leah Motzkin brought our camera into some places that outsiders rarely set eyes on, and some of these spots don’t even see the light of day. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh Cavero, Madison Alworth and Kevin Kucharski. See www.yaledailynews.com/ytv.
Like, What’s the Superbowl?
In our newest segment, WKND Take Two, Leah Motzkin went to Cross Campus to ask students about their plans for Superbowl Sunday and made some surprising discoveries.
WKND Take 2: The Polar Vortex
We are excited to introduce the first piece of a new segment called ‘Weekend, Take Two,’ which will take a fresh look at cultural and social events around campus. This week, Weekend reporter Leah Motzkin went to Cross Campus to interview students about their experiences with the polar vortex over winter break. Questions? Contact the »
No Fear, UCS Here: Internship Support from UCS
YTV explores Undergraduate Career Services and unpaid summer internship funding for Yale students. To find out more, read the recent YDN WEEKEND cover article “All Work & No Pay” at yaledailynews.com/weekend.
Becca’s Picks: Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall”
WKND Film Reviewer Becca Edelman ’14 brings us another installment of Becca’s Picks. Today, she reviews Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. After last summer’s “To Rome with Love,” we see another, younger side of this famous director.
YTV explores a new lifestyle among senior girls who refer to themselves as SWUGS. To find out more, read the recent YDN WEEKEND cover article #SWUGNATION at yaledailynews.com/weekend.
Take a Break for Culture
Weekend reporter Chantel Simpson ’14 suggests Yalies enjoy their breaks at this spring’s best art exhibits and music festivals.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Was Robbed
“Zero Dark Thirty” was morally murky and captivating. So, why didn’t it win more Oscars? YDN Staff Reporter Patrice Bowman investigates. And becomes indignant.