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Articles by Joyce Guo

Committing to diversity

Black women do not feel safe on Yale’s campus—“at off-campus parties, in classrooms, and otherwise.” This statement is among the most jarring lines in a list of demands for...

The crimson-beaked finch

The crimson-beaked finch is a made up animal. In the snowfield of your mind, I have walked a line of empty footprints. Out of something that doesn’t-even-kind-of exist, I...

Croctails

What do crocodiles and cocktail napkins have in common? I’m not joking. The answer is Robert S. Greenberg’s art. Greenberg doesn’t go anywhere without his pilot razor point pen...

True life: trapped (four)

On a Monday morning, two days before Halloween, two Yale students were trapped. Hurricane Sandy was expected to hit New Haven that night, and extracurriculars had been cancelled for...

Buy them a drink: Bill Sze

Bill Sze knows coffee. The co-owner/part-time barista of Jojo’s Coffee and Tea deftly swirls a cup of medium roast coffee to “enhance its aroma” (aroma, not fragrance, he insists)...