Abolish Yale

Because of COVID-19 gathering restrictions, the class of 2024 missed out on our first-year dinner. But to make it up to us, Yale hosted a […]

Yale’s Timmy T Takes

It’s Timothée Chalamet’s World — And I Wish I Wasn’t Living In It By Audrey Kolker   Maybe it’s all two minutes and 33 seconds […]

“Not what this system was designed to handle”: Searching for mental health care at Yale

Content warning: this article contains mentions of suicide Tyler Brown ’23 sought counseling in his first year, after noticing that he was talking to his […]

Meet Yale’s Newest Social Club: The Council of Davids

Illustration by Ariane de Gennaro
Blank Space

Sunlight filters through the windows of Hendrie Hall and projects asymmetrical squares onto a white painting on the opposite wall. I can see the moving […]

Phoebe Liu
Inside Out: On finding queerness in quarantine

Sophie Kyle Collins ’23 told me about a poem they wrote in ninth grade. In the piece, the speaker describes having relationships with people of […]

Spring Holidays at Yale: How the Pandemic Changed Community Celebration

As Passover approached in late March, Rabbi Jason Rubenstein, Yale’s Jewish chaplain, recalls thinking about Exodus 12, where the Israelites huddled in their homes in […]

Difficult Conversations: Navigating Politics at Yale and Online

On March 12, Ryan Schiller ’22 woke up from a nap around 11 p.m. to a random ping on his phone from the app, Clubhouse. […]

Envisioning our Post-COVID World: Extracurricular Edition

Six months into my Yale journey, I still do not know where the Asian American Cultural Center is. I hope that this does not disqualify […]

The Work of Grief

When Simone Koch Costa’s grandmother passed away in Brazil from COVID-19 just before the beginning of the second semester, she dealt with the loss mostly […]

Yale is Where the Heart Is: A Look Inside the Lives of Off-off Campus Yalies

When Lindsay Daugherty ’22 wakes up every day, she often doesn’t know where she is. A little disorientation after sleeping is normal, yes — but […]