Zoë Halaban
Staff Reporter
Zoë Halaban edits for WKND. She previously wrote for the WKND desk and covered the Yale Divinity School. She is a sophomore in Davenport College majoring in religious studies.
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Divinity School’s Center for Public Theology and Public Policy opens its doors

The new center will be led by founding director Reverend William J. Barber II, focusing on advocacy and research.

When I Say I Love You

Beginning in February of fifth grade, for a span of two months, I sat with three classmates: Aria, Liam and Nick.  Aria sported a new […]

Have a tea with me

The thirty-two minute subway ride to Washington Heights is a homecoming. I feel a breeze through the orifice in my stockings. “Orifice” is a word […]

The Many Horrors of Yale

Deep within the corridors of old Vanderbilt Hall lies a suite, its white walls boasting the treasure of an in-suite bathroom, complete with pee-steeped grout […]

How do I search for truth in a place that feels so separated from reality?

This past winter, as a senior in high school, I realized I had grown out of my space. I felt enclosed by my daily habits: […]

The High and Low Notes of A Cappella Rush at Yale

Last Thursday, as I headed back to my dorm, I found Poe Doub ’26 hunched over on a bench facing High Street. His face was […]