Phoebe Liu
Staff Reporter
Phoebe Liu is a Public Editor for the Yale Daily News. She served as a Managing Editor for the Managing Board of 2022 and previously covered the School of Music as a staff reporter. Phoebe is a senior in Trumbull College studying Statistics & Data Science and Education Studies.
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Gravity: “A Far Cry” Review

The group was A Far Cry, in name and from expectations. On Tuesday, three-time Grammy-nominated and self-conducted chamber orchestra A Far Cry presented “Gravity,” an […]

Nested Patterns

Amid the footsteps and murmurs of conversation that shift around the space, bouncing off walls and around corners, I hesitate. I step forward, turn around […]

Bass to offer test prep materials, umbrellas

A month after students protested Bass Library’s upcoming closure for renovations, the Yale College Council is planning to add new resources to the honorary undergraduate […]

Religious acoustics exhibit opens at School of Architecture

In “Sounding Sacred,” a new exhibit at the Yale School of Architecture, three-dimensional cross sections of architectural models of religious buildings from four faiths serve […]

YNHH named best heart hospital in CT

The Reader’s Digest named Yale New Haven Hospital the best heart hospital in Connecticut in a Feb. 11 article listing the top heart hospitals in […]

YCBA highlights William Hunter in new exhibit

The “William Hunter and the Anatomy of the Modern Museum” exhibit, which opened at the Yale Center for British Art on Feb. 14, serves as […]

Corners

It’s 7:16 a.m., and I’m waiting for my friend, anticipating our occasional morning run. Instead of stretching, I stupidly do some jump squats to wake […]

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Prosseda to perform Horowitz Piano Series concert

With the increasing role of technology in today’s music world, computer-generated music and compressed audio files can take precedence over sitting down at a concert […]

Beinecke presents “Bibliomania” exhibit

A current exhibit at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, titled “Bibliomania; or Book Madness: A Bibliographical Romance,” uses four contrasting case studies to […]

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