Anabel Moore
Staff Columnist
Anabel Moore edits for the WKND desk. She previously wrote for the WKND, Magazine and Arts desks as a staff writer. Originally from the greater Seattle, WA area, she is a junior in Branford College double-majoring in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and the History of Art with a certificate in Global Health.
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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 […]

Architect David Rockwell to speak at Schwarzman Center

A conversation at the Yale Schwarzman Center brings two celebrated architects to Yale to discuss the arts and placemaking.

Perspectives on Social Media

My junior year of high school, I wrote a mock TEDx talk not about quitting social media, but about being angry with my peers for […]

This Perfect Petit Monde

I’ve long loved the way streets are deserted on Thanksgiving evening and Christmas morning. The world stops. To go anywhere alone down these eerie roads […]

The Grinch That Stole Halloween

In 7th grade, I boycotted Halloween. It wasn’t that I was too old for it, or that it was a somewhat ridiculous, hyper-consumerized holiday, monopolized […]

The Pop Purist

This month, Lila Drew’s music is featured on Spotify’s “late night vibes” and “night pop” playlists. Indeed, listening to her music feels like stepping into […]

On Annette

After 38 years with Yale Hospitality, Annette Tracey has come to be known as the “Queen of Berkeley” and the “Belle of Berkeley” to students […]

Final Stroke of Fading Jewels

Black photo albums, treasure troves of almost 70 years of my nuclear family’s personal histories, are stacked in a cupboard in my living room. Each […]

Blurbs: WKNDers’ summer travel horror stories

I am used to Americans nagging and pushing me at JFK airport, but I was hopeful on my flight to Miami this year. I was […]