Audrey Huang
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
PERSONAL ESSAY: On Graduating in a Pandemic

Four years ago, I entered Yale as part of the class of 2021, and now the year I both dreaded and anticipated is here. It’s […]

HUANG: An appeal to pre-meds

I grew up humoring the idea of becoming a doctor; the associated prestige and security certainly had its allure. However, by high school, blood and […]

To My Best Friend

This is a letter to you: Please, stay. I’m not one for emotional words — you know this. But, maybe I’ve been internalizing my love […]

Appreciation of a Lost Art

Salt and Silver, the newest special exhibit of the Yale Center for British Art, is a homage to simpler times. Put together in partnership with […]

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Yale lab receives grant to study the elderly

Using $4 million awarded to her by the National Institutes of Health, Forestry & Environmental Science professor Michelle Bell will conduct research on how environmental […]

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Jordan González Does Whatever He Wants // Audrey Huang

Right from the first line, the richness of Jordan González’s LAW ’20 voice and the distinct flavor of music he has created are almost startling. […]

Students renew push for urban studies program

A group of undergraduates are working to codify the study of urban planning and development at Yale into a cohesive program. Last year, Andy Sandweiss […]