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.
Author Archive
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 […]

Farewell to the Genie’s Lamp

In May, I wished for an emergency exit from my own life, some way to flee a body wracked by COVID-19, the flu and stress. […]

Filling the First-Year Void

The architecture of the 1928 wing of the Old Yale Art Gallery at the corner of Chapel and High Street is stunning: huge, arched windows […]

What I Was Doing When I Opened My Yale Acceptance Letter?

Anastasia Ibrahim: Two days before my acceptance letter came out, my mom knocked lightly on my door and kneeled at my bedside with the most […]

Tuff Luck and a Toyota

The Toyota Hilux is marketed — at least in England and other left-hand-drive countries — as “the world’s toughest pickup.” There’s a lot to unpack […]


Monday morning: chemistry lecture, biology quiz, chemistry lab. Monday evening: lab reports, adaptive quizzes, readings for seminar the next day. Next, next, next, tasks checked […]

WKND’s Guilty Pleasures

Mahesh Agarwal: Last week, I was enjoying a thick dollop of yogurt when I heard laughter, followed by murmurs: “Fascinating. I’ve never seen someone eat […]

INSIGHT: Welcome To The Metaverse

The concept of the metaverse has its origins in Neal Stephenson’s 1992 novel, “Snow Crash,” a dystopian vision of the 21st century which depicts a […]

Jessai Flores
The Fallout of “The Fallout”

When “The Fallout” first entered American cultural consciousness, Variety described the film as “tak[ing] the pulse of a shell-shocked generation.” A new release on HBO […]

“In these people, I have everything I need:” a cheers to the friends of now

What does care look like?  This battered camel cover protects blue scrawls, and my book bag protects my beloved journal. I carry this soft notebook […]

What The Sex Lives of College Girls Gets Right — And Wrong

Just when you were reflecting on your first ever semester at college — the classes, the people and the terrible decisions that keep you up […]