Anabel Moore
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Age 20: “The Year of Magical Thinking”

At a Barnes & Noble off the A1A in Stuart, Florida, I picked out two books. The first was for pleasure, Donna Tartt’s “A Secret […]

Beckman ’23’s “Passage” soars as Yale’s first original opera premiere in 30 years

The opera, composed by Benjamin Beckman '23, reinterprets the 14th-century Japanese text “Atsumori.”

The Pink Magnolia in the Branford Courtyard

A little over a year ago, I wrote about how much I appreciated my friends. I titled the piece “‘In these people, I have everything […]

Disrespectfully, please shut up

People whisper too much in these libraries.  Your whispering is more frustrating than straight-up talking; The “s”s and “t”s are worse than a buzzing mosquito […]

Early Snow and Open Doors

I wrote my application to Yale sitting on my grandmother’s couch, in the first-floor living room of her townhouse in rural Minnesota where she’s lived […]

MOORE: No school is safe

In February of 2018, I wrote an op-ed for the Seattle Times, titled “‘It could have been us:’ 3,000 miles from Florida, a 14-year-old’s plea.” […]

Butter and Raspberry Jam

There is much to love on the French Riviera: gelato on the beach, tarte tatin, Chagall and Picasso, the smooth pebbles that beckon towards the […]

YUAG hosts virtual “ekphrasis” seminar

The virtual talk was led by Alejandro Octavio Nodarse ’19 and Sara Petrilli-Jones ’17 LAW ’22 GRD ’24.

I Can’t Believe I’m Wearing an Ikea Frakta Right Now!

Party themes to college students are like a deck of cards to a four-year-old. An adult appreciates the nuance of the diamond, the heart, the […]

YUCO performance at the YUAG features world premiere of student compositions

The Yale Undergraduate Chamber Orchestra concert will take place at the Yale University Art Gallery on Thursday, February 2 at 5:30 pm.

When and Where You Must

I settle into my room, delighting in all the warm memories of my favorite mahogany desk, plush, soft bedding and stacks upon stacks of worn […]