Elliot Lewis
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
NONFICTION: Carcass Balancing

The walk-in freezer is stuffed with carcasses. The air is fragrant with oxidation and decay. Sunlight glints across the weathered orange skin of the lambs […]

PERSONAL ESSAY: Hospitable Soil

At dinner on my first night on the farm, Brandon pulled a tick off his hand and chopped it in half with a pocket knife. […]

FEATURE: Trust Your Guts

As part of Yale’s distributional requirements, every student is required to take a foreign language. Students sometimes balk at the requirement, perhaps believing their four […]