Kate Lund
LUND: New eyes for old haunts

As a freshman, I often visited the cemetery. From Silliman College, it is just a half-block walk to a certain neo-Egyptian gate on Grove. At […]

LUND: Learning science

Freshman spring I took a course called “Frontiers and Controversies in Astrophysics,” which required a “working knowledge of elementary algebra” and met beneath busts of […]

LUND: Bucket List: Library science

I worry a lot about not taking advantage of Yale’s library resources. Early in my Yale career, I quit every panlist I’d been strong-armed into […]

A new angle on art

To find out what an orange Mark Rothko painting and miniature masks of the Dan people of Liberia have in common, visitors to the Yale […]

Beinecke blogs via Room 26

Of all the offices lining the long corridor beneath the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Room 26 has the best — and perhaps the […]