Po Eic Quah
Contributing Reporter
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Frat crawls, fall break in New York and failed long-distance love: Yale’s first-year cliches

Something magical happens at Yale with the arrival of a new class. Remarkably, every first year recreates a set of unwritten traditions that have been […]

How to lose an accent

Before coming to Yale, I was faced with a question that first years don’t usually think about:  Do I need to change the way I […]

The Great Meal Plan Debate

My days on the full meal plan could only be described as suffocating.  Determined to make full use of all 21 swipes each week, I […]

Meet the football players tackling STEM

As the Bulldogs gear up for The Game, the News spoke to football players majoring in STEM about their experience in STEM fields and on the football field.

When things don’t fall into place

Yale feels like a simulation. The tour groups always block the same paths. The chicken in the dining hall is always the same amount of […]

The Many Horrors of Yale

Deep within the corridors of old Vanderbilt Hall lies a suite, its white walls boasting the treasure of an in-suite bathroom, complete with pee-steeped grout […]

Spirit Halloween’s post-October pursuits

The coming of fall is heralded by some magnificent changes — the gracious changing of leaves, the ambrosial scent of pumpkin spice and the overnight […]

A Last Look at a Hidden Hippie Hideout

Group W Bench, which fashions itself as “the oldest running head shop on the planet,” is an unmistakable sight along Chapel Street –– so unmistakable […]