Suraj Singareddy
Staff Reporter
Suraj Singareddy is on staff for the Podcast, Magazine, and Weekend desks. Originally from Johns Creek, GA, he is now an English major in Timothy Dwight College.
Author Archive
Silhouette E5: Logan George on Growing Up in Houston’s Gay Neighborhood

Logan George ‘25 talks with Suraj Singareddy ‘25 and Joanne Lee ‘26 about growing up in Montrose, Houston’s Gay Neighborhood, seeing Pride change over the […]

“Crash:” The Queen of Hyperpop Goes Mainstream

Charli XCX’s career has skyrocketed in the last 3 years. From the release of “Charli” and “How I’m Feeling Now” to the renewed popularity of […]

Silhouette E1: Zelda Barnz on Gay Espionage, Storytelling and College Life

Silhouette is a new podcast sharing the stories that makeup the Yale community. In the series premiere, join Zelda Barnz ’25 as she discusses writing […]

Thus Went the Marriage Pact Date

Like many other Yalies and especially other first-years, I awaited the evening of Feb. 15 with a mix of giddy anticipation, fear, excitement, curiosity and […]

FEATURE: Finding Home

POETRY: Ghosts

Poetry created from pieces of graffiti in the stacks and confessions from @yale.confessions on Instagram. Every word below was written by someone else, with only […]

Attune Ep 2: Glass Castle

This episode of Attune features two poems and two short stories: “Saudade,” written by Ivi Fung, voiced by Siena Cizdziel, original music composed by Jonathan […]

Attune Ep 1: Eschaton, the End Times

This episode of Attune features two short stories and a radio play. The first short story is titled “Vanishment.” It was written by T.J. Maresca […]

Theatre and Performance Studies Department mounts senior thesis production: “Drinking Games”

The three-character play, written by Gabrielle Poisson, tackles themes of addiction, alcoholism and trauma; it will be performed in the Theatre and Performance Studies Black Box.

Doja Cat and the Art of the Awards Show Performance

It’s been 10 days, but I still can’t stop watching Doja Cat’s last VMAs performance. She’s celestial, breathtaking and yet somehow grounded — metaphorically — […]

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: An Underappreciated Gem

My relationship with the horror genre can be described more or less with a single word — nonexistent. As in, I’ve basically never watched a […]