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Pride On The Margins

What does it mean to be LGBTQ and a refugee at Yale, in Trump’s America and in the world in 2018? One year after the […]

A Work of Artism

Located on the busy corner of Chapel and High Streets, the Yale Center for British Art hosts the largest collection of British art outside the […]

Tunnels (and Tombs): Yale’s Culture of Campus Secrets // Ryan Howzell

A chill in the air, the changing colors of leaves and the ubiquitous bag of hand-picked apples: it is obvious to any Yale student that […]

Going Co-Ed: 1969– // by Ryan Howzell and Eren Kafadar

In the summer of 1969, an air of expectancy permeated every corner of Yale College. Mirrors and shelves appeared in the bathrooms of Vanderbilt Hall. […]

Meet the Press: from Yale to Washington

Two years ago, Matthew Nussbaum ‘15 was a typical Yale student, living in Silliman College, writing his senior thesis and running cross country. Today, Nussbaum […]

Bookplates: Relics of a Forgotten Industry

Nestled in a back hallway of Sterling Memorial Library, a glass case showcases a different kind of library book: one whose main focal point is […]

Eliana Johnson: Writing from the Right

Eliana Johnson ’06 is a Minnesota native, a Yale grad, and currently one of Washington’s preeminent young political reporters. Since graduating from Yale College in 2006, Johnson has worked at a number of conservative publications including The New York Sun, Fox News and the National Review and has made frequent guest appearances on Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN. Since November 2016, she has served as the national political reporter for POLITICO, reporting on issues from the GOP Health Care bill to the daily ins and outs of the Trump Administration. On the heels of this recent career change, I spoke with Johnson about her professional journey, experiences as a female journalist, and the state of journalism and objective reporting in the United States today.

Service at Yale

“Public service is an integral part of a Yale education.” In bolded font, these 10 words welcome the interested viewer to the Service page of […]

Homing in on housing

Thump. Thump. Thump. The beating of one hand signals the beginning of the event. One by one others join in the tapping and soon a […]

Meet Me at the Bench

Think about the last time you sat down on a city bench. Were you holding something, a coffee cup, maybe, or a cell phone, scrolling […]

Middlemarch: The Beauty of the Ordinary

What do you get when you cross a 19th-century English novel with a 21st-century college campus? This is the question Rebecca Shoptaw ’18 explores in […]