INSIGHTS
INSIGHT: Olmo’s Pandemic Pivot

How experimentation, Snackpass and a whole lot of fresh bagels helped one New Haven restaurant through the pandemic and may have changed its identity for good.

Lukas Flippo
INSIGHT: Respecting our Elders

Over the past year, the dominant attitude towards older people has been: “we’re worried about them dying.” Attention-grabbing headlines and public discourse, especially early in […]

INSIGHT: Help Us Make History

Even after 15 years as an archivist, Michael Lotstein still gets a thrill when he works with primary source material, which he calls the “tangible […]

Cassidy Arrington
INSIGHT: Rebuilding a Backstage

When the lights came up on “The Family Showcase” on Nov. 17, the virtual audience saw two stages fitted next to one another on a […]

INSIGHT: The Dangers of the “Lockdown Slimdown”

Content warning: This article discusses eating disorders extensively. During the 2020 spring semester, students moved freely, rushing to classes, gathering indoors and speaking without masks. […]

PORTRAIT: Luciana Q. McClure

“Silence Breakers,” a 2018 group exhibition hosted by Nasty Women Connecticut, spilled into every corner of the Ely Center of Contemporary Art. My own piece […]

PORTRAIT: Neville Wisdom

I walked into the Neville Wisdom retail store in Westville Village, and the door beeped. Nobody was upstairs. I was alone with the culottes and […]

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PORTRAIT: Shital Patel

  White light melted the black ice on the concrete outside the entrance of Chapel West Wine & Liquor. It was the morning after the […]

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PORTRAIT: Robert Andy Coombs ART ’20

On the westernmost white wall of the Yale School of Art Gallery, adjacent to pieces built of flashing lights and feathers, hangs a 40 by […]

PORTRAIT: Thomas “DJ Action” Jackson

You might imagine that a man named DJ Action never has to pay for parking, drive to Toad’s Place from his house or do laundry. […]

PORTRAIT: Milo Brandt

Milo Brandt ’19 and I are 100 feet in the air when he scares the hell out of me. We’re halfway up Harkness Tower, the […]

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