TAKE OUT: Ricky D’s Rib Shack

Author note: In our series “Take Out,” we will spotlight Black-owned restaurants in New Haven. Through this, we hope to introduce Yale students to new […]

Nebuchadnezzar Has Yet To Be Humbled

King Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon from 605 BC to 562 BC, is a biblical figure, featured most prominently in the Book of Daniel. Despite being […]

Sophia Henry
Ask a Super Senior

Hello, and welcome to Ask a Super Senior! I am very old (not actually, actual-old people), very bitter and have made at least 50 percent […]

The Universes In This One

After three days of bathing in the Myrtle Beach sun, sipping on sangria from red cups and jumping waves, I fell sick. So I sat […]

The Zoo in Your Poo

From the climb of Ed Yong’s microbial treatise “I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life” on the The New […]

Bulldog Bites: Review of Otaru Sushi Bar

Does a good restaurant need a modern design? I do not often ask myself this question when I finish dining out. Throughout the past nine […]

Bulldog Bites: Tandoor

There is a 1955 model prefabricated diner at the corner of Chapel and Howe Street: the 445th produced by the long-gone Mountain View Diners Company […]


“Don’t look!” I chided him, folding my computer and hiding it under my desk. My tone was somewhat incredulous that my friend would be reading […]

Bulldog Bites: Olmo, Boys in the Kitchen

Meticulous is the adjective that comes to mind every time I eat at Olmo. I imagine it’s like a time when mass-produced breakfast sandwiches didn’t […]

Peabody Specimen Spotlight

The Great Hall of Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History houses the remains of fossilized dinosaur bones. Most of the bones on display — from […]


Love used to seep out of my every orifice. It flowed from my eyes, nose, ears and sweat glands, covering my whole world in the […]