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Short Story Long #3

  A column about my short story. An Installment about its fodder. Arranged in alphabetical order. Inspired by Sheila Heti. Journal entries, notes app lines, […]

PIN-UP #3: Three True Things from Buenos Aires

This is Pin-Up, a column where, inspired by the informal architectural tradition of presenting designs, I “pin-up” subjects that interest me. Previously, I pinned up […]

PIN-UP #2: Obituaries

This semester, I’ve learned a new and exciting term in my architecture courses: Pin-Up, a relatively informal presentation of architectural drawings, designs, and renderings. The […]

The Afterword: On Sartre on Writing

“The Afterword” is born from scribbles buried between cracked book spines, from the creased corner of a well-thumbed novel. Through this coming-of-age column, I hope […]

Short Story Long #2

I want to write the novel that ties up all the ends that have ever been loose. The story that makes my own trajectory clear, […]

COLUMN: Short Story Long #1

I want to write the novel that ties up all the ends that have ever been loose. The story that makes my own trajectory clear, […]

COLUMN: “The Afterword” — On Petrarch on Abandonment

“The Afterword” is born from scribbles buried between cracked book spines, from the creased corner of a well-thumbed novel. Through this coming-of-age column, I hope […]

COLUMN: Pin-Up #1 – Every Pietà

COLUMN: College is a Joke

They are everywhere.  By “they” I mean the bells—at least if you’re walking, eating, or hoping to nap within a quarter mile of Harkness Tower. But I also mean the perpetrators of the pealing: the Guild of Carillonneurs.

COLUMN: Morris’s Music Beat

Throughout indie singer Samia (Samia Najimy Finnerty)'s sophomore album, Honey, we meet what feels like dozens of characters. Amelia's the one with the half smile. Caleb—he’s by the fire pit, scaling the beyond. Everything with David is totally fine. These are brief, lyrical introductions that leave the listener with no more than one or two details. In the album’s tight 40-minute runtime, particulars like these offer us a fleeting glimpse into Samia’s world.

College is a Joke: Who are the funniest people on Yale’s campus?

Jack Moffatt ‘25 is kind of tall, but he won’t say how tall. His hair is curly. His glasses are glasses. He can jump pretty […]