FEATURE: A Hard Pill to Swallow

David ‘19 was a college junior when his friends encouraged him to seek professional help during a severe depressive episode. After an initial psychiatric consultation, […]

FEATURE: Barriers to Entry

Is “Winchester Center” poised to be a resource for the New Haven community, or will it become another luxury extension of Yale’s cam- pus and force of gentrification?

FEATURE: A Spiritual Home: Notes on Black Hair Care

With the onset of the internet, everything was possible in the world of Black hair. That world, however, is losing its magic touch.

Catherine Kwon
Face to Face With Mortality

Eric Li MED ’25 and his three lab partners stared at the coffin-sized metal box. The steel glinted beneath the lights, austere and impenetrable. Through his mask, Li inhaled the faint, familiar smell of formaldehyde.

At Home in the Oriental Pantry

The rows of hoisin sauce, stacks of instant ramen, and arrays of teaware at Yoon-ock’s grocery store, Oriental Pantry, rival the inventory of an H […]

Genevieve Kim, Contributing Photographer
Staying Home to Write: Talking Process with Sheila Heti

“In the missing of the mark,” Heti reasons, “the literary interest happens.” She makes a distinction between the books that imitate the novel and the one that imitates life itself. Her own novels, I think, belong to the latter category. 

At the Heart of Things: Yale’s Life at the Cemetery

"The dead shall be raised... if Yale ever needs the property."

The Beginning of the War (from the Perspective of Lydia Fomenko)

On February 24 at 2 a.m., 32-year-old Lydia woke to the sound of a bomb hitting a building nearby her apartment in Odessa, “My heart went to my heels. There was smoke, and then light. It was the start of the war. We decided to leave the next morning."

FEATURE: New Haven on the Mend

FEATURE: Figures of Speech

FEATURE: Finding Home