Unfinished Symphonies, Polished Performance

Heartsickness. That was the theme of the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s Saturday night concert. A mixture of modern compositions and unfinished classical standards, the program made […]

Restaurant Week may be over, but you can still dine well at Commons

Dinner in Commons is always special. Sure the food was good, but mostly I went for the ambiance. Whether it’s the menu, or the service, there’s something incredibly “throwback” about the whole experience.

Drawing a Blank?

Every Cards Against Humanity expansion comes with ten blank white cards and four blank black cards. Rather than leave them unused at the bottom of the deck, here are a few WKND-recommended ideas you can use.

Photography, Displaced

A sense of displacement unified the photographs taken by twenty students and displayed at the Yale Photography Society’s exhibition at 223 Dwight Street last Saturday. […]

Christmas come early?

“There stands Jackson like a stone wall!”  Thus spoke the Confederate soldier Barnard Bee at the First Battle of Bull Run. And just as Colonel […]

Harvard sucks (Part 1)

This is the first in a series of articles detailing the ways that Harvard sucks As you probably already know, “On Harvard Time” was at […]

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Is This Even Art?

"Birdman or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance" asks this question and many others while taking us on a winding, self-referential journey. Though a certain darkness pervades most of Alejandro Iñàrritu’s movies, including Biutiful, Babel, and Amores Perros, this one also offers a comedic lightness without giving up on Life’s Big Questions.

Bladderbagel: Yum?

From: Joshua Fitt <joshua.fitt@yale.edu> Date: Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 11:28 PM Subject: Are you ready? (FOR BAGELBRUNCH TOMORROW?!?!!?!?!?!??!?!???!!!???) “From: Vesica Bægel Get ready for […]

What would do with $51 Million? Part 2

You saw a few of our ideas in last week’s Doubletruck (https://yaledailynews.com/weekend/2014/11/07/what-would-you-do-with-51-million/) but alas, none of them passed President Salovey’s desk. But WKND's mother always said: if at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again. Without further ado, here are the next best 6 ideas:

The Five Types of Yalies You Saw at the Polls

  The Yale Dem “Here, let me fill out your registration for you…” Almost as ubiquitous as their fliers/ sidewalk drawings encouraging you to vote, […]