Can you believe this is the last Herald issue before spring break? We’ve made it! Although it did snow only a few days ago, and it’s supposed to snow again on Saturday… so the ‘spring’ part is questionable. Just ‘break.’ We’re sure it will be at least forty degrees by the time Commencement rolls around. In the meantime, when we’re not being ameteur meterologists, we’re busy bees, pollinating your dining hall entryways with all of this fun new stuff:
This week, Hannah Szabo (Copy Editor, MY ’25) highlights the history of New Haven public transportation and her experience with mobility on a family vacation in Budapest in a very Urban Studies feature. In Arts, Cathryn Seibert (Voices Editor and Urban Studies major!, JE ’22) discusses the multivalent creative practice of SESH, a DIY tattooer/Yale med student/graphic artist. And, of course, we have to mention Elena Unger’s (Copy Editor, BR ’25) Voices piece inspired by the memories and sensations that arise through body scan meditation.
As you can see, all of these articles have absolutely nothing to do with Cathryn and were picked totally fairly with unbiased regard for their merit. We are professionals, after all. Enjoy!
Cathryn, Sarah, and Madeleine