Joy Shan
SHAN: Changing our spatial vocabulary

I moved to Cape Town after graduation this year, leaving the States just as we were collectively re-examining our country’s racial wounds.

Get Happy

On West 113th Street, on a hill in Manhattan’s Morningside Heights neighborhood, the former convent of the Community of the Holy Spirit is undergoing construction. […]

The Kids in the Gray Flannel Suits

America, preview your future: a classroom door swings open into a quiet hallway, and students in black business attire file out with purpose. They hold […]

The Garden in the Desert

[media-credit id=11497 align=”alignnone” width=”300″][/media-credit]Stacy Spell reaches into a tangle of tomato vines and broccoli stalks and pulls out what looks like a sunken brown baseball. […]

Faulty genetics not at fault

Suganthi Balasubramanian, associate research scientist in Mark Gerstein’s lab in Yale’s Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry Department, was the lead Yale author in a paper published […]

Record alums talk cartooning beyond Yale

Past and current contributors to The Yale Record came together at a panel on Saturday afternoon to examine the humor publication’s historical and current role […]

Whaling Crew tries to bring back spirit

Maybe you saw them at this weekend’s men’s hockey games: a mass of Yalies, largely freshmen, uniformly clad in navy blue t-shirts with a simple […]