Annie Radillo
Staff Reporter
Annie Radillo covers museums and visual art. She is a sophomore in Benjamin Franklin College majoring in English.
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Strange Loops probes art and media as self-reflection

Artspace opened their exhibition “Strange Loops,” which looks at how humans have reproduced themselves in art as a means of self-actualization. Starting Wednesday, the exhibit […]

Beinecke exhibit explores memes, monarchs and the mundane in England

In a new exhibition at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, curators are aiming to breathe new life into a 500-year-old topic: Early Modern […]

ARTIST PROFILE: Archer Frodyma ’22

Songwriter Archer Frodyma ’22 conceived of the idea for her debut album’s title track when, rummaging through a closet, she discovered a box of old […]

City-Wide Veneers

On Howe Street, at night, the cars idle in groups at every corner, yielding to the walkers because they understand that the night belongs to […]

Corin Katzke ’22 adds brooding piece to Yale song canon

Corin Katzke ’22 submitted his song “Chart a Course” to the Fenno Heath Award competition on Oct. 16, hoping it might be deemed the newest […]

Simon Fraser ’20 to perform at Yale-Harvard Comedy Show

At the Yale-Harvard Comedy Show this Friday, Simon Fraser ’20 will share some of the mistakes he’s made and what those mistakes have taught him. […]

Program gives students three days to find love

When Barkley Dai ’20 decided to pilot his Three Day Relationship program last semester, he wanted to answer one simple question: are Yalies really afraid […]

Paula Pineda
Panel focuses on self-care

A cook, a doctor and an Olympian offered advice for how Yalies can practice self-care, with each of them emphasizing that on a campus rife […]