Rianna Turner
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
A “No” Glossed Over

“You’re witnessing the results of 5,000 years of sexual repression,” Ang Lee, the director of “The Wedding Banquet,” said during the wedding banquet scene in […]

Overheard at Yale: “It’s a cry for help.”

That’s what my friend, Sophie Latham ’21, told me from across the dinner table after we learned of the number of people shopping “Psychology and […]

A Rabbi for Rights

Abby Stein is a transgender blogger, speaker and activist who was raised in a Hasidic community in New York. She was ordained as a rabbi […]

Not Quite Love, Actually

“The Awkward Bow” is a three-act play written by Daniel Flesch ’19 and Luke Ciancarelli ’19, which details the more perilous manifestations of love that […]

CT makes strides in STD prevention

Connecticut’s governor has one of the lowest approval ratings in the nation. The state’s budget situation is a mess. And in recent years, businesses have […]

Students mobilize for Puerto Rico

Two campus student groups organized a hurricane relief drive over the weekend to gather resources and supplies for Puerto Ricans left reeling in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

It’s the end of stories as we know it // by Rianna Turner

The 1960s media philosopher Marshall McLuhan said that “societies have always been shaped more by the nature of the media with which individuals communicate than […]

Forbidden Fruit, Almost Spoiled

“It’s … a man!” Eve gasps, contorting her face into an expression so silly that it’s nearly impossible to keep from letting out a giggle […]

Environmental Folk in Edgerton Park

This Saturday, the annual CT Folk Festival and Green Expo will be taking place in Edgerton Park. This community-oriented festival plans to offer an array […]