In the unfamiliar halls of my new school, he was the friendly face that eased the apprehension of a younger version of myself. Fast forward […]
February 9, 2024
Is the prospect of being alone so horrifying that we would submit our kinkiness levels and full names in the same survey? Apparently so…
Amid the chaos of assignments, social events and existential crises, there's a societal expectation that finding a significant other and navigating love are crucial checkpoints in the collegiate journey. For the people feeling the pressure to couple up because everyone else is, this survey could be the answer you are looking for.
December 9, 2023
As depressing as it is to walk up Science Hill at 4:30 p.m. in the dark, bundled in so many layers that you can barely put your arms to your side, it’s all worth it. The promise of going home for the holidays in one week’s time, opening gifts, being greeted by all the animals in my house — three dogs and two sisters to be exact — makes it bearable for me.
It was a warm Tuesday afternoon and blankets were sprawled all over cross campus with carefree students soaking up the sun. I had spent the […]
November 30, 2023
Almost halfway through the academic year, several students said they are having trouble receiving their packages from the Barnes & Noble Student Package Center, located in the basement of the student bookstore.
November 17, 2023
Local activist De’Ari Allick’s soul food restaurant welcomes New Haven residents.
November 13, 2023
Each residential college at Yale has its own buttery. As much as I am sure students wish the first definition pertained to their buttery, the latter is more accurate. I can’t speak for all of them, but for the beloved Silliman buttery, it is so much more than that second definition alone.
October 13, 2023
As a New York native, I feel well-equipped to inform you of the ins and outs of fall in New York City. Here is your […]
September 28, 2023