Sophia Catsambi
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Law School breaks down #MeToo

The #MeToo movement is often associated with the stories of a few select celebrity figures, whose experiences with sexual harassment tend to receive widespread media […]

Kalimera: A Taste of Greece

For the average person living in America, “Greek food” conjures up images of food trucks or greasy diners that serve heavy, over-salted dishes. That impression […]

Writing the Script

We’re both staring at the floor of our shared bedroom. The smooth, shiny wooden surface, occasionally interrupted by a castaway sweater or a lonesome Stan […]

Alexander’s Long Shadow

In the United States, the word “Macedonia” typically spurs lukewarm reactions. Some associate it with the legacy of Alexander the Great, while others vaguely recognize […]

Silliman show promotes fashion as art form

The Silliman College dining hall transformed on Friday night into a luminous runway to host a parade of students cast as models by Y Fashion […]

For once, a law school auditorium packed with women

Each day, the Yale Law School auditorium fills to capacity with students hoping to expand their intellectual horizons. Rarely, however, is the auditorium filled, almost […]

City of Color, Smoke and Paradox

My ears are accosted by the skull-piercing sounds of electrical drills on dry cement. A seemingly hesitant, intermittent staccato as the drill attacks and retreats, […]


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The Importance of Being Idle

Taking four classes, working a part-time job (or two), engaging in three extracurriculars, applying for summer internships, study abroad programs and fellowships, maintaining a healthy […]

Wanderlust, Revised

I am staring at a white web page. The gray background is fading into green. My eyes are watering from staring at the screen for […]

You Think What You Speak

On Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 around 3 p.m., a truck driving down West Street in lower Manhattan at a speed of about 60 mph swerved […]