Ruth Lee
Staff Reporter
Ruth Lee covers Film and Literature for the Arts Desk, as well as writes for the Weekend and records for the Podcask Desk. From New York City, Ruth is a freshman in Timothy Dwight college, majoring in History and English.
Author Archive
Silhouette E4: Anabel Moore on Family, Academics, and Club Soccer

Julia Ilias ’25 sits down with Anabel Moore ’25 as they discuss youth sports, bad coaches and her future in medicine. This is the first […]

The First Dot on the Yale Campus

Everyone romanticizes college at some point in their life. Whether it’s the anticipation of Elle Woods’ girlboss attitude in a Harvard Law classroom with a […]

Four Years of Financial Aid Developments

In recent years, Yale’s Office of Financial Aid has made several amendments to their aid policies and increased socio-economic diversity at the University. In 2018, […]

Silhouette E2: Arden Yum on Asian-American Identity, Internalized Whiteness, Expressing Creativity

Silhouette is a new podcast sharing the stories that make up the Yale community. Join Arden Yum ‘25 as she discusses the journey of producing […]

Yale announces this year’s Windham-Campbell Prize winners

Yale prepares for return of in-person festival to honor the Windham-Campbell prize winners.

Whiffenpoofs and Whim ’n Rhythm tap 2023 classes

After a virtual audition process, Yale’s two senior a cappella groups tapped next year’s class.

Death by 1,000 Cuts: A Requiem for Black and Brown Men

On Feb. 12, Quinnipiac University held a staged reading of “Death by a Thousand Cuts: A Requiem for Black and Brown Men.” The play is […]

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Full Disclosure: FGLI Yalies Declassified

Five Yale undergraduates share their experiences navigating Yale College as first generation, low income (FGLI) students. Investigating wealth disparities, sellout culture, and more, FGLI students […]

First-ever Yale affiliate wins A.SK Social Science Award

On Nov. 2, political science professor James Scott traveled to Berlin to receive the A.SK Social Science Award for his research on government intervention and economic policy in Southeast Asia.

Squid Game: Not so Dystopian

“Squid Game,” a South Korean dystopian drama, is Netflix’s “biggest ever” series, with an audience of over 110 million viewers worldwide. The premise is simple. […]

Madison Beer at Woads

Last Friday, pop star Madison Beer performed at popular New Haven music venue Toad’s Place.  Beer has over 28 million followers on Instagram and is […]