Sophia Catsambi
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Cross Campus on a Sunny Day

It’s a rupture in time — a sunny day, that is. It enters our timeline, uninvited and sudden, and catches us off guard, momentarily distracting […]

The Unhappy Place

I come from a place where mental illness is not a real thing. In Greece, we have different ways of talking about our emotions, ways […]

Through the Seeing Glass

Have you ever tried to peer through a glass? It could be a window, a glass door or a store front. Maybe you’re looking for […]

Words and Sounds and Colors

What color is “Bohemian Rhapsody”? Where is September located in space? What does “summer” taste like? If these questions make any sense to you, you […]

The Fault in Our (Porn)stars

Would it turn you off if the pizza delivery boy always wore a condom? If the plumber/cheerleader/MILF were to tell you the action that would […]

“I Think We Should Talk”

Picture this. You’re sitting in a room. Perhaps with just another person, perhaps as part of a larger group. You’re feeling a knot in your […]

YASA Presents…My Africa Is: Mine

When the sun rose on Friday, it shined upon a grim, cloudy New Haven morning, the kind that makes one want to crawl back into […]

Between the Sheets

Whenever I think of the word intimacy, I envision a bed. Soft white sheets, or colorful pastels with dazzling patterns. A pillow or two, or […]

Jiyoon Park
Greyscaling Consent

If you have been living in the United States in the past few weeks, you would have felt a palpable sense of change in the […]

Annie Zhou
(Un)Hidden Figures

“It is the women who decide what they want. We are not here to force anyone. We are not here to impose what we think […]

A Breath of (Morning) Air

I met Louis DeFelice ’19 on a warm, Saturday afternoon, the first proper day of spring. He walked briskly, purposefully, his overflowing amount of energy […]