Suraj Singareddy
Staff Reporter
Suraj Singareddy is an editor for the podcast desk. Originally from Johns Creek, GA, he is an English major in Timothy Dwight College.
Author Archive
FEATURE: Birdwatcher Watching

There are certain expectations that come along with turning 21. You’re expected to become more mature and to know what you want in life. Really, […]

Footnotes E3: The Hill and the Highway — Urban Renewal in 1960s New Haven

In 1969, Yale planned to demolish the Hill neighborhood to build a parking lot. Residents stepped in and protested the proposal. This Footnotes episode examines […]

Silhouette E17: Susan Burton on writing, radio and advice for her younger self

Note for listeners: This episode contains discussion of eating disorders. Susan Burton ’95 is the writer, reporter, and co-producer of The Retrievals, a podcast exploring […]

Silhouette E15: Ngozi Ukazu on art school, Yu-Gi-Oh! fan fiction and dealing with institutions.

  Ngozi Ukazu ’13 is the Harvey-award winning cartoonist behind “Check, Please!” and the upcoming graphic novel “Bunt!” — join host Suraj Singareddy ’25 as […]

AUDIO ESSAY: Quiet at Compline

Listen on SoundCloud Listen on Spotify   the bells start tolling in the half hour or so before Compline begins.   We sit down and […]

Silhouette E13: Carter King on costume design, indigenous objects, and museums.

Carter King ’24 talks with Suraj Singareddy ’25 about how he began designing costumes, working as an indigenous dress consultant on a TV series, and […]

Silhouette E12: Sanjena Sathian on high school debate kids, working with Mindy Kaling, and absurdity (part 2).

Sanjena Sathian ’13, author of Gold Diggers, talks with Serena Puang ’23 and Suraj Singareddy ’25 about being a debate kid in high school, writing […]

Silhouette E11: Sanjena Sathian on growing up Indian-American, writing, and ex-pat living (part 1).

Sanjena Sathian ’13, author of Gold Diggers, talks with Serena Puang ’23 and Suraj Singareddy ’25 about growing up Indian-American in Atlanta’s suburbs, her undergraduate […]

Silhouette E10: Natalie Brown on songwriting, composing for the stage and working with Jeanine Tesori

Natalie Brown ‘25, a sophomore in TD and the composer of “For Colored Girls,” talks with Suraj Singareddy ’25 about how she began writing songs, […]

AUDIO ESSAY: Roommate Love Stories

In this audio essay, Suraj Singareddy ’25 talks to roommates and suitemates who have found love (of all kinds) in their Yale College dorms. This […]

Tennis, Reusable Packaging, and CEO-ing with Shervin Dehmoubed Xavier Guaracha ’25 sits down with Shervin Dehmoubed ’25, recent Forbes 30-under-30 honoree. Shervin discusses a typical day balancing being student athlete and CEO […]