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Articles by Robert Newhouse

Get milk!

When I was younger, I used to take eggs from the fridge. I would hold them in my hands, watch, and wait. They never became chickens, which made me...

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Herald Volume LXIII Issue 8

Morning Sunshines, Welcome back from the thirty-minute-nap-turned-two-hour-slumber that is Yale’s Spring Break. Whether newly-rested or ready to snooze your way to summer, here we are: back to work, back...

Milo

Move-in day, 2015: After unpacking my clothes and debunking my bed (with some help from my football-player suitemates), my mom and I decide to get lunch. Upon leaving my...

Sorrentino’s misstep

Though most may recognize the Neapolitan auteur, Paolo Sorrentino, for his luscious visual style, outlandish characters, and general affinity for the absurd, another motif informs the director’s work: satire....

May I Join You?

“The L&B Lap” is a painfully familiar routine to anyone fond of the seclusion afforded by the study nooks in Sterling Library’s L&B reading room. In case you’re not...

#Coleworld

First you hear the bass, an electric heart pumping through the arteries of Corona Park. Then there’s the enormous sign in glimmering type welcoming everyone to The Meadows 2016,...

Movies: Fish Tank

Uncompromising from the start, seventeen-year-old Katie Jarvis refused to believe that the woman asking her for her phone number at Tilbury Town railway station was a casting agent for...

Baptism by the blues

The rains began in the summer of 1926. By Christmas Day that year, the Mississippi had reached historic levels, leaving 27,000 square miles of the American South under nearly...