Miranda Wollen
Staff Reporter
Miranda Wollen covers the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences for the News; she also writes very silly pieces for the WKND. She is a sophomore in Silliman College double majoring in American Studies and Classics.
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Are You There, God? It’s Me, iluvcupcakes29545.

As a nine year old, I had two passions: Daniel Radcliffe and cosplaying as an adult on internet games. Possessing paltry athletic abilities, I spent […]

God Save the Meme

“The soul of man is immortal and imperishable” – Plato Resurrection and rebirth remain a mainstay of ancient mythology and modern tropiness; Achilles was carried […]

O Beasley, Where Art Thou?

A friend of mine emerges from the library with a shit-eating grin on her face: she’s just seen Nathan Chen, and he was Actually Doing […]

School of Public Health transitions to independence after dean’s departure

YSPH hopes to create greater global influence in its journey to autonomy from the School of Medicine.

Frustration grows in wake of repeated campus Wi-Fi outages

Much to community members’ chagrin, Yale Secure, the University’s wireless network, has experienced “five extended outages” between March 24 and April 8, per an email […]

The Housing Games

Chapter One: The Wheel of Misfortune The clock strikes eight. It is time. We sardine ourselves on our crumb-crusted couch, breathy and blissfully ignorant of […]

Yale’s Tiny Love Stories

Last week, some intrepid soul left a note seeking a missed connection on the outer wall of Blue State’s Wall Street location. If that were […]

Pitbull for Spring Fling? Yalies say “dale”

Gearing up for their first in-person Spring Fling in three years, “the lines between joke and reality … are blurry” as undergraduates across campus have nurtured a grassroots movement advocating for rapper-singer Pitbull as the concert’s headliner.

Juggling public health concerns and eager community members, Yale-affiliated art museums employ cautious reopening plans

Faced with the Omicron variant and coinciding with stricter public health guidelines for the broader Yale community, the Yale Center for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery closed earlier this winter and have recently implemented plans for reopening.

Yale’s dining halls reopened after weeks of grab and go

On Friday, Jan. 28, dining halls in all of Yale’s residential colleges resumed service for the semester, and all 14 made the transition back to in-person dining on Monday.

POETRY: Atlanticism

the inviolate red rock overlooking the greyed connecticut shore watches sleepily as  we clamber barefoot toward the sea   bottles and books and cheaply made […]