Who’s Your Dada?


Finding its place: new exhibit spotlights architecture at Yale


SCOTUS Justice Scalia discusses faith, law

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia defended the rationality of Christian faith last night at Saint Thomas More Chapel.


Hiroshima survivor asks students to remember

In a Thursday Master’s Tea, an 88-year-old survivor of the Hiroshima bombings of World War II told her story.


4,000-word email ‘rant’ hits inboxes

The 4,000 word composition was a send up of social phenomena at Yale, in particular conformist tendencies and focuses on reputation and achievement.


Ballard talks oceanography

When Titanic discoverer Robert Ballad opened his Alan Tetelman Lecture Thursday afternoon, he made it immediately clear that he was an explorer. The 70-year-old oceanographer and explorer paced back and forth, ascended the staircase and interacted with the audience throughout the talk he delivered at the Yale Center for British Art lecture hall. Never at […]