Kiddest Sinke
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Interview: Yaeji Speaks on Community, Intimacy & Identity in the Creative Process 

Kathy Yaeji Lee is a woman of many artistic identities. A singer, rapper, DJ, electronic-music producer, visual artist,  fashion designer and more; to be “Yaeji” […]

Meet Carter Ace: The Artist Redefining Hip-Hop Music, One TikTok Video at a Time

Carter Ace is a 5-person hip-hop band from Los, Angeles, California, known for its unique fusion of jazz, rap, soul, funk and R&B. O’Neil Carter […]

Why Taylor Swift’s Music Video “The Man” Has White Feminists Shaking

The only thing harder than being a super-rich, white male is being a super-rich, white female. Taylor Swift makes this clear in her new music […]

Why Did Yale Choose You?

Embracing Average “Out of the four candidates I saw this week for early action, she was by far the least impressive given the context of […]

Dems unveil Time’s Up bill

Responding to the national #MeToo movement, the Connecticut Senate Democratic Caucus on Tuesday afternoon proposed a Time’s Up Act — a legislative package that the […]

Promoting fashion as art form: 2018 Y Fashion House show

Kiddest Sinke ’20 and Madison Battaglia ’20 report on the second-ever Y Fashion House show, titled Ephemera.

Clergy association inaugurates president

Roughly 25 people gathered at the Macedonia Church of God in Christ on Monday evening for an inauguration service for the new president of the […]

Tree canopy park wins Elm City prize

A scale model of the soon-to-be-built urban canopy parklet rests upon the desk that Misha Semenov ARC ’19 and Kassandra Leiva ARC ’19 share at […]

In Their Shoes

Bundled in a jacket, I walked to St. Paul & St. James Episcopal Church at 6:45 a.m., the crisp wind biting my face. Last Friday, […]

PAWS project focuses on feet

On a chilly Friday morning, homeless New Haveners flooded into Sunrise Café at the Episcopal Church of St. Paul and St. James for free breakfast, […]

Yale grad to represent Ward 21

On Tuesday, Winter — now a 28-year-old resident of Prospect Hill — was elected Ward 21 alder as an independent, upsetting the Democratic candidate and casting into doubt the plans of fellow independent and Ward 1 victor Hacibey Catalbasoglu ’19 to serve as minority leader on the Board of Alders.