Selena Lee
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
“Now This is My House:” A Night of Drag and Glitter

On Feb. 1 and 2, the Yale Cabaret is hosting its sixth annual drag show, a glitter-filled extravaganza featuring Yale School of Drama students and […]

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The Undead Pack an Emotional Punch in “Train to Busan”

Yeon Sang-Ho’s “Train to Busan” is a well-paced zombie apocalypse thriller that moves lightly, tramples on your emotions and, ultimately, delivers a wholly satisfying cinematic […]

A Half Century of “Asian American”

This past summer, I travelled to Vietnam for three weeks straddling July and August. Though I had visited twice before, the country was more lush […]

A Haven of Food Vending: Growth and Change

When walking up Science Hill around lunchtime, I find it difficult to resist the glorious smell of sweetly charred arepas and the temptation of joining […]

Bathroom Confessions

Written by Rachel Calnek-Sugin ’19, Flush is a play set in the bathroom of a New York City public school and consists of a series […]

Show and Tell: Handling Art at the Wurtele Center

Rows upon rows of clear glass cases stand inside the brightly lit Margaret and Angus Wurtele Study Center, an open-access storage facility at West Campus. […]

Rooting Around for Home

As my first semester at Yale draws to a close and my return to St. Louis swiftly approaches, I’ve been thinking a lot about home. […]

Can You Hear the Call of Duty?

Wilbert Roget II ’05 is an award-winning composer in the video game industry. Beginning with piano at age 4, Roget developed a passion for improvisation […]

Chasing Dreams

For its fall mainstage musical, the Yale Dramatic Association is presenting “Dreamgirls,” directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj and produced by Adela DePavia ’19. The musical […]

A Girlish Awakening // Selena Lee

The set strikes you at once. Blush-colored carpet, shaggy magenta rug, pink shelves lined with American Girl dolls, shoes and clothes. Haphazard shirts and a […]