Ko Lyn Cheang
Staff Reporter
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Yale students design Chrome extension to combat fake news

Two Yalies have garnered national media attention for their efforts to develop a Google Chrome extension to combat fake news. Stefan Uddenberg GRD ’19 and […]

CHEANG: Tragedy of the common room

Come Halloween, Yalies come out to play. Neatly stacked bales of hay and ubiquitous jack-o’-lanterns herald the start of a new season. Spirits are high. […]

Locals create urban oases

Connie Vereen believed her neighborhood deserved a park. There was a designated park space at the end of Cherry Ann Street, but it was treated […]

Unwrapped and Photosnapped

Jacqueline Blaska ’20, director of the Yale Dramat’s new play “Girlish”, envisions herself and her actors rehearsing the play while lying on the floor of her bedroom with hot chocolate and pillows. This play invites you to step into the world of a teenage girl, or more specifically, Windy, who is obsessed with American Girl dolls. Unapologetically candid in its portrayal of girlhood, “Girlish” explores what it means to be not quite a girl, yet not quite a woman. And in this play, that means talk about periods, boys and burgeoning sexuality.