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Julia Kittle-Kamp YH Staff

Remembering Spring recess

It’s over. Spring break is a thing of the past. All good things must come to an end—but even more importantly, they deserve reflection. What are the sexual politics...

Christine Mi / YH Staff

Getting web-serious

Last winter, recent Yale grad Ari Berkowitz, BK ’12, found herself grappling with one of life’s toughest struggles: what to do with her bangs. The growing-out process seemed like...

(Zachary Schiller/YH Staff)
(Zachary Schiller/YH Staff)

Bugs over break

William Freedberg, ES ’15, is an Ecology and Evolutionary Biology major, so it’s no surprise that he’s done plenty of fieldwork in places like Costa Rica, Texas, and South...

The Teaspoon takes Cali. (Zachary Schiller/YH Staff)

Folk on the road

This past summer, four Yale students spent their summer touring California performing folk music—on Yale’s dime. (Talk about a dream summer.) Jacob Paul, SM ‘13, a member of the...

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A German artist, forgotten

Projected on the screen is the image of a young man, slouching in a tidy button down and trousers while a cigarette dangles from his mouth. Behind him is...

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Little screen, big tour

Imagine: You sit down in front of a large, flickering computer with your fellow fourth grade class. Together, you type and click away, and a sacred hush descends over...

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The info session of your dreams

I slept through the Yale admissions information session when I first visited, and I almost slept through this one too. The nine o’clock start time was four minutes passed...

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Carbon copied

Gant, Jack Wills and J.Press may be three separate stores on York Street, but at first glance, they seem a bit like an amorphous blob of preppy clothing. Despite...

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Following Hillary to Yale

Igor Mitschka, SY ’15, is often asked, “Yale’s so far from Austria—why did you want to go to school here?” His response is a bit surprising: “Do you know...

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Running in Ethiopia

While most of his fellow class of Yale admits were busying themselves with inhuman courseloads or various extra-curriculars, Jacob Sandry, BR ’15, was running through the forests of Addis...

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At tea with Sotheby’s CEO

It seems that no matter where you go or what you do nowadays, you keep hearing the same thing: China is taking over the world. A Master’s Tea with...

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The Brits who hid in New Haven

If you keep walking down Broadway past the Yale bookstore, you will find yourself at Dixwell Ave., Whaley Ave., or Goffe St. Although you are probably contemplating the all-important...

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Bumping dust

This experiment shocked the world with what appeared to be particles travelling faster than light. Two weeks later, physicists continue to debate the findings. Physicists at CERN, the European...