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March 5th, 2021

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I Gotta Find Peace of Mind

Herald Arts Editor Nyeda Regina Stewart, PC ’22, sat down—on Zoom, of course—to talk with her friend Leila Jackson, SY ’22, about her experience as a writer at Yale. The conversation covered

Where’s the Finish Line?

Last week, all sections of Arabic 120 were required to attend a speaker event in place of class. The speaker, an Arabic scholar and translator, had spent more than thirty years with

Best Games to Play During Your Zoom Lecture

The only thing that has stuck with me from AP Computer Science A—my first and last foray into computer science—is my CS teacher’s lecture that “college is going to be different” and

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Demystifying “Hard” Science

“Whereas the morula comprises a few dozen cells, the blastocyst will come to encompass hundreds of cells.”  When the common reader encounters a sentence like the one above, we are likely to

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