Phoebe Liu
Staff Reporter
Phoebe Liu is a Managing Editor for the Yale Daily News. She previously covered the School of Music as a staff reporter and is a junior in Trumbull College studying Statistics & Data Science and Education Studies.
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The Weekly Roundup Oct. 30: Students say racism runs rampant at School of Nursing

Yale Daily News Podcasts · Weekly Roundup Oct. 30: Students say racism runs rampant at School of Nursing The YDN Weekly Roundup features the top […]

Danna Singer ART ’17 takes students on a cross-country journey to learn photographic storytelling

In April, photographer Danna Singer ART ’17 won a Guggenheim Fellowship, which offers grants to artists and intellectuals in order to enable a year of […]

Virtual Venue: Wacomo, Coup(e) Del Mar and Ale Campillo

Yale student musicians often showcase their work at venues on campus and beyond, but the coronavirus pandemic flatlined live performances for the duration of the […]

School of Music makes commitments to racial equity

Of the 231 students enrolled at the Yale School of Music in fall 2019, only three — just over one percent — identified as Black […]

Virtual Venue: Gabrielle Barnes, Harry Castle and pj frantz

Yale student musicians often showcase their work at venues on campus and beyond, but the coronavirus pandemic flatlined live performances for the duration of the […]

Yale School of Music to reopen on Sept. 8 for hybrid instruction

Although the University is offering most classes remotely and has banned all public performances, the Yale School of Music created an innovative plan to mix […]

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How to Microwave an Egg — Or Just Don’t

Note: Don’t read this if you’re vegan. I’m including this disclaimer because I once sent a vegan friend daily Snapchat videos of me poking eggs […]

Virtual Venue: EMILI, Window Seat and Sargasso

Yale student musicians often showcase their work at venues on campus and beyond — but the coronavirus pandemic flatlined live performances for the duration of […]

Andrew Scott ’22: Sunlight, war and everything in between

Containers of Elmer’s glue and Model Color paint line the back edge of the workspace. Dozens of miniature British soldiers bask under the bright yellow sunlight that emanates from a navy desk lamp. The soldiers are not yet ready for war — real or simulated. Most remain unpainted. They belong to Andrew Scott ’22, who was painting one when I called.

Henry Shapard ’20 named the youngest principal cellist of any major orchestra

From 11 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. on any given night, Henry Shapard ‘20 can be found in the Pierson College basement, playing the cello. It’s […]

Home2Home to host inaugural concert

Because audiences cannot gather in large groups for in-person performances, livestreamed concerts have become a primary means of musical sustenance for both audiences and performers. […]