Lizzie Conklin
Contributing Reporter
Lizzie Conklin is a WKND Editor and Arts Reporter at the Yale Daily News.
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The East Rock Record: All the news that’s fit to print in elementary school

New Haven students published their annual paper for the tenth year in a row, featuring reporting, opinions and an ongoing video project.

Ben & Rebecca

On Thursday, Nov. 30, Ben Kronengold ’18 and Rebecca Shaw ’18 read short essays at the Poorvu Center from their first book, “Naked in the Rideshare,” which hit bookshelves on Nov. 14. They graduated from Yale in 2018, moving on to become the youngest comedy writers to write for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” but they left the show a few years ago to work in scripted television and film. Their work has since been featured in The New Yorker — most recently, a chapter from “Naked in the Rideshare” was excerpted by Shouts and Murmurs — and McSweeney’s. 

Ivetty Estepan
Table & Gallery serves a taste of Vera Wu

The gallery opened on Chapel Street in August and hosts artists exhibitions alongside a tasting menu to complement their work.

Tiki Malone shines during Drag Queen Story Time

Parents and children celebrated New Haven’s pride festival with a story hour at Mitchell Library.

Please, Taylor Swift, Don’t Read This Article

Taylor Swift, please don’t read this article. I know she will. At this point, she must know my work; our relationship can’t be one-sided.  She […]

The Yale Dramatic Coalition debuts “Much Ado About Nothing”

This weekend, the Yale Dramatic Coalition's reproduction of the 16th century play that defined the genre of Romantic Comedy is showing in the Morse-Stiles Crescent.

Yale Artists Cabaret and Yale Pop-Up present Valentines-themed dinner with a show

“Crush…ed” brought songs about first love and heartbreaks — and a three course meal — to the Davenport Common Room on Friday night.

An Immortal Lie: The Unending Deceit of Punxsutawney Phil

I believe in Pennsylvania. I believe in the keystone state. I believe in freedom, rolling hills, “Brotherly Love,” the Reading Terminal Market and saying “wooder” […]