If you travel far enough down Whalley Avenue, past the Popeyes, the Stop and Shop, and the Walgreens, you’ll be greeted by “Welcome to Westville” posters advertising the art, restaurants, amenities, and events in the semi-suburban New Haven neighborhood of Westville. If you stray even farther from downtown, you’ll encounterMore
Interviews have been lightly edited for clarity. Five years ago, Yale established the Environmental Humanities program. Most scholars in the program would say Yale was a few decades late. Humanities scholars have long been advocating for the crucial role of their work in solving the climate crisis. Paul Sabin, theMore
Hesitations about finding the perfect bouquet have always dominated my flower shopping experience. I know you’re usually not supposed to buy roses. That’s tacky, overdone, too sappy. You must be really passionate, especially if purchasing red. Lilies are too closely associated with death and funerals, so that’s not right either.More
The only time during the semester when it’s safe to say midterm season is over is now: the two-week scramble and tumble into Reading Week is all about a different kind of stress. The Sunday-before-a-midterm scaries turn into Wednesday-before-my-evil-Thursday-final scaries. Once-a-week seminars end anticlimactically, and lectures conclude with applause. We’veMore
The Yale Herald, a weekly Yale undergraduate publication, is nestled in the sweet spot between magazine and newspaper. Since 1986, the Herald has aimed to provide in-depth, analytical reporting and includes personal essays, interviews and profiles, culture articles, creative writing, reviews, humor, and feature coverage of campus and local happenings. With a circulation of 3,000, the Herald is the second-highest circulated campus publication and is distributed free of charge throughout the Yale campus and New Haven businesses.