Sophia Nam
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
NAM: On being “bye-lingual”

“Moving to the U.S. was the great ‘gijeogwi’ of my existence,” I explained in choppy Korean, practicing with my mom the day before an oral […]

Low Strung celebrates “String Fling”

With hits such as “Come on Eileen,” “Hips Don’t Lie” and “Where the Streets Have No Name” in its repertoire, Low Strung could give even […]

Klebanoff ’20 retells Romeo and Juliet

Two boys curl up under a tree, one reading Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” to the other in Latin, in what can only be described as the most […]

Student exhibition weaves history of cashmere

In her senior art exhibition, Devyani Aggarwal ’18 focuses on the cashmere-shawl industry in India’s Kashmir Valley explores how cultural heritage can be a powerful […]

Student film festival explores political activism

The fourth annual Yale Student Film Festival took place last week at venues across campus, celebrating political activism in film with screenings of work by […]

Morris holds forth on Black Panther, cultural criticism

Wesley Morris ’97, a critic-at-large for The New York Times, spoke about race, journalism and the importance of the film “Black Panther” at Benjamin Franklin […]

Students curate early pharmacy exhibition

A black mortar and pestle decorated with a crucifixion scene; hand-painted glass bottles, containing substances like castor oil. These were two of the many artifacts […]

New Haven Land Trust welcomes the first signs of spring

While many Yale students were studying in a library or eating in a dining hall, just miles away, a group of New Haven residents took […]