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Articles by Various Authors

Series: At the movies

“Hollywood Splenda,” by Tomaso Mukai “Rockets,” by Meghana Mysore “What’s up, doc?” by Greg Suralik “You doo you,” by Megan Pritchard “Peeping Tom,” by Will Nixon    

Series: Breaking in

Design by Haewon Ma “Shooz!,” by Adam Moftah “Midnight tea at the Lizzy,” by “Sunny Turner” “Learning to look back,” by Jordan Cutler-Tietjen “Of Sharyn and away,” by Charlie...

Founders Day fun

Sights and sounds from this week’s festivities.  Pressure, panic, Pink Lady Founders Day: a celebration of decorative hay bales, Yale’s Instagram clout, tours of the enigma that is West...

Lost in translation

Lost in translation: Mini essays on words that don’t translate. Bimyou – Eve Sneider If you look up bimyou in a Japanese-to-English dictionary, you might read that it means subtle,...

Credit/D/Fail: January 31, 2015

Credit: The leather-clad Book Trader barista I was perched in the corner of Book Trader, watching a beauty of a music video. Robert Moses—that New Haven notable/son of a bitch!—looked over at me from...

The Game Issue

This week, we bring you our annual special issue in honor of The Game, complete with a history of the Yale-Harvard rivalry, tailgating rules and fashion, an excerpt from...

Selecting Salovey

The day before Yale announced that Peter Salovey would be the university’s next president, he gave a guest lecture in my introductory psychology class. The topic was love, a...

The help along the way

In a July campaign stop in Roanoke, Va., President Obama laid out the basis for his platform. He claimed that Americans need the government to create jobs, and, more...

Credit/D/Fail

Cr: Snoop Dogg plays Toad’s I wasn’t at Snoop Dogg Wednesday night, but I won’t pretend I didn’t want to be. I was bitter, filled to the brim with...

Top Five: Yale memes

5. Lets get baked…goods from Claire’s Cornercopia. 4. Morse/Stiles…y u haz no forks? 3. Everyone in Gheav…is too damn high 2. One does not simply…split a Wenzel! 1. –Daddy...

Boom/Bust

INCOMING: Theme majors Students can now choose Ethnicity, Race, and Migration as their sole concentration of studies. The faculty’s decision is part of a larger trend within the University’s...