Isaiah Schrader
Staff Columnist
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Yale’s Lamenter In Residence

Chamber music programming has become banal. Most quartet programs, even in leading concert venues, include one piece each from the Classical and Romantic periods, perhaps […]

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SCHRADER: Gut-less

Midterms are usually the most stressful part of the semester. Come October and March, we lock ourselves in the library for hours of studying and […]

Angels We Have Heard on Chai

Every year on Nov. 1, as jack-o’-lanterns go down and turkey decorations go up, I begin my annual two-month odyssey down Santa Claus Lane. As […]

SCHRADER: The fifth class

A few weeks ago, in the midst of a stressful string of midterms, a close friend invited me over for a “self-care night.” We gorged […]

SCHRADER: Journey to the east

A recent column in the News criticized Light fellows for enjoying “glitzy” summers in Beijing, even as the Chinese government placed thousands of ethnic Uyghurs […]

SCHRADER: The trek north

A few weeks ago, I invited a few close friends to my suite for an evening of cheese tasting — the perfect night in. Since […]