Wyatt Hong
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
In the Matrix

Vija Celmins: To Fix the Image in Memory. Yale University Press, 2018. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, September 24, 2019–January 12, 2020 My […]

Jane, Africa, and the Sum Total of Sadness in the World: A Yale Medical student on his time in Uganda

“What keeps bringing you back to Africa?” my wife asked the thin, shaggy-haired doctor. Having trained at Yale and worked in Rwanda for Partners in […]

To reproduce, or not to reproduce, that is the question

Not having a child is equivalent to suicide, evolutionarily speaking. Albert Camus, in “The Myth of Sisyphus,” writes: “There is but one truly serious philosophical […]

Why Deep Learning Won’t Change My Life

A Chobani in one hand and a spoon in my mouth, I open my laptop and go to Coursera.org. I click on “Sequence Models” in […]

The Survivor’s Guide to Adulthood

Around this time of the year, students of the graduating class acquire a sheen of otherworldly beauty, and one can pick them out on Cross Campus as easily as daffodils from grass. Their gait, their laughter, their generosity in giving out used furniture seem almost angelic. To these beings, the days of the week have lost all distinction to become one luminous hour.