Nicole Dirks
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
When the Curtain Closes Backstage

“S TA  YSAFE & H   EALTHY / SE  EY   OUS O  ON” read the black letters (with some effort) arrayed on the white […]

YLS Justice Collaboratory, Department of Correction form partnership to develop training for correctional officers

The Justice Collaboratory — an academic institution founded by Yale Law School affiliates focusing on criminal justice reform — has announced a partnership with the […]

INSIGHT: Leaves of Marina Keegan

In high school, I spent a lot of time both jealous of and enraptured with my friend. You know the type: similar to you in […]

Alice Mao
INSIGHT: On cliches rolled in glitter

When I am sad, I simply tell myself: Stop. Breathe. Believe. Don’t hesitate, meditate. Live well. Be well. Live. Laugh. Love. Eat. Pray. Love. Be. […]

Students call for more environmental impact food labels in dining halls

The environmental impact labels in dining halls mey be set to multiply after a student survey found that Yalies want to better understand carbon emissions […]

Silliman igloos provide outdoor space for students

Yale Memers found new ammunition for Overheard at Yale this semester in the form of two see-through domes planted in Silliman’s courtyard and dubbed, appropriately, […]

Amay Tewari
Two Yale scientists receive NAS awards

The National Academy of Sciences recently awarded two Yale faculty members — John Tully ’64 and Richard Aslin — for their pioneering research, scientific leadership […]

Courtesy of Yale News
Peabody hosts MLK celebrations despite renovation

This past weekend, Kroon Hall’s Burke Auditorium and Yale Science Building played host to a slew of activities outside their normal repertoire: West African drumming, […]

Yale Daily News
INSIGHT: Mind on the brain

“Do you need a little darkness to get you going?” – Mary Oliver, “The Fourth Sign of the Zodiac” Give into that low, fizzing, queasy […]