Razan Sulieman
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Geared Towards the Truth

“The justice system is geared towards conviction; it is not geared towards the truth.” This is one of many gripping, unforgettable statements made during last […]

CT Senate passes bill on undocumented financial aid

Undocumented students living in Connecticut are currently unqualified for financial aid at public colleges and universities, but that may change this legislative session. Last week, […]

YBC dances to Shakespeare

Shakespeare, tulle and romance filled the air Friday night at the Yale Undergraduate Ballet Company’s spring showcase, “Perchance to Dream.” YBC performed “Perchance to Dream” […]

Danceworks brings Greek myths to modern dance

On April 19 and 20, Danceworks brought to life Greek titles such as “Hypnos,” “Orpheus and Eurydice,” “Feast of the Kings” and “The Three Muses” […]

Womanhood, Literature, and the Path to Tenure

“Friendship and reading take time, but I tend to be pushy with both … I blaze through books in single sittings, and similarly, crave those […]

A High Summer Exposed

John Goto’s “High Summer” series captures a single moment shared between contemporary figures and historical landscapes. This student-curated exhibition is on display in the Yale […]

New Haven County sees high overdose rate

New Haven County had the highest per-capita rate of overdoses in Connecticut during the first two months of 2018, according to new data from the […]

SAILING: Elis prepare for New England Championships

With the New England Team Race Championships less than seven days away, the No. 3 Yale coed sailing team continued to prepare with two final […]

Groove performance highlights womanhood

“I am a woman, phenomenally.” Groove Dance Company concluded its spring showcase “The Future Is Female” with Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman” on March 31. The […]

Beyond the Boundaries of Minimalism

Joel Shapiro illustrates and conveys through the means of material and form. “Plaster, Paper, Wood, and Wire” is on display from March 2 to June […]