Jessai Flores
Guest Columnist
Author Archive
An Evening at Schwarzman Center

It is hard to see why Schwarzman Center is anything special. It houses Woolsey Hall, and if you did not know any better, it is […]

What I Was Doing When I Opened My Yale Acceptance Letter?

Anastasia Ibrahim: Two days before my acceptance letter came out, my mom knocked lightly on my door and kneeled at my bedside with the most […]

The Wordle on the street

Every night as the clock strikes midnight, the Internet lights up in shades of gray, green and yellow. Splashed across web pages, chatrooms and Twitter […]

This Ghost is No More

       Outside of Farnam Hall, tucked away in a shady corner, is the unremarkable bench where I once sat and watched my life at Yale […]

The Echoing Green

Nestled in the atrophied heart of the city, beyond the iron gates of Old Campus, is the uneasy sprawl of the New Haven Green. It […]

FLORES: That’s Not My Name

When I arrived at Yale for the first time since it closed to avert a pandemic disaster, I was relieved that I would return to […]

The Rooms I Haunt

One year ago, one fateful March, I sat on a bench upon the Old Campus and I watched my life at Yale come to an […]

FLORES: The wheel of progress

There are moments when history calls upon us to forever change the course of our lives and the lives of our children. Just as our […]

FLORES: The journey home

When Yale students were informed that the University would be closing, perhaps indefinitely, to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus, my immediate feeling was […]