Liana Van Nostrand
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Announcing the winners of the 2019 Wallace Prize

  The Yale Daily News Magazine is thrilled to publish the winners of the 2019 Wallace Prize. The Wallace Prize recognizes previously unpublished fiction and […]

What to Expect When You’re Expecting Isabel

Reading the classic guide to pregnancy would not prepare you for “Expecting Isabel” by Lisa Loomer, which tackles personhood, not just parenthood. The production reaches […]

Part III: State of Emergency

Part II: No Choice

  This past Election Day, three candidates for New Haven alder stood the legally mandated 75 feet away from the polling place in each of […]

Vivek Suri
Part I: The Candidate

YDN Magazine reports: Haci Catalbasoglu '19, the sole candidate on the ballot in the upcoming Ward 1 election, runs a campaign surrounded in a cloud of political mystery.

A Body in Two Parts

I didn’t realize my breasts were too big until it was too late. Mid-leap in ballet class, I noticed cleavage protruding from my spaghetti-strap leotard. […]

Outdoor Paramour: A New Take on Romeo and Juliet

It’s hard to breathe a new life into one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, but the enchanting Romeo and Juliet, co-directed by Aviva Abusch ’18 and William Viederman ’17, does just that. The site-specific piece transforms a short stretch of Hillhouse Avenue into Verona, Italy for an over two hourlong outdoor theater experience.

Rebel With A Cause

So when you don’t understand an issue it becomes very dangerous. It becomes very polarizing. It becomes potentially fatal.

Young politician stresses civic, social engagement

Around a dozen students gathered Thursday night to hear 25-year-old Erin Schrode, an environmental activist and entrepreneur, talk about her candidacy for the U.S. House […]

13-year-old egyptologist delivers YUAG talk

Eighth-grader Asher Hurowitz does not know where he will attend high school, let alone college, but during a private talk at the Yale University Art […]

British art exhibit explores contributions of princesses

A new exhibit at the Yale Center for British Art highlights the legacies of three often-ignored British princesses who shaped not just their home country, […]