Annie Nields
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Calf Pasture

I wonder if I could describe all the little things that make Calf Pasture special. I visited the beach last weekend with one of my […]

A Poet Who Starts with Fire or Else with Music

Rachel Kaufman ’19’s collection of historical poetry, “Many to Remember,” truly exhibits the ways in which poetry can bring life to history. In her own […]

An Unforgettable Beat

Even if you have not met Mac Sutphin ’17, you have definitely heard his beats — the bouncing backtrack cadence in French Montana’s single “Unforgettable.” […]

The Unnamed Listener // Annie Nields

A month or so ago I was walking back from Benjamin Franklin College after a suite dance party. I was sweaty and thinking about the […]

They Say You Become Your Mother // Annie Nields

In the opening scene of “Ni Mi Madre,” the show’s sole actor emerges in his underpants carrying a candle onto center stage before he dons […]

Reeling in Revolution // Annie Nields

Last Wednesday, when I met Slavic languages and literatures professor John MacKay for coffee at Blue State and asked what his favorite movie from the […]

SURJ defends DACA at monthly meeting

A group of New Haven-area residents met Saturday afternoon at the Neighborhood Housing Services site for a monthly educational meeting with the city’s chapter of […]

Passing Through

My parents had been dating for a while when my dad thought it’d be a good idea to take their first trip together. “Let’s go […]

Going to College, Returning to New Haven

In the weeks before school started, I thought a lot about what “going away to college” actually means. I said goodbye to some of my […]