“Lux” exhibition to light up Beinecke
A wealth of knowledge lies cloistered inside the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s marble walls. But for the next three nights, some of Yale’s most novel ideas will be brought to the library’s surface.
Filmmakers can choose between two majors
As underclassmen plan to declare their majors at the end of the semester, those who want to study filmmaking will have two options this year instead of one.
Film conference tackles modern media consumerism
Pornography, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” the aesthetic of Nintendo games and Sacha Baron Cohen are just a few of the topics slated for discussion in an upcoming film conference: “Eye Candy.”
Yale alumni tell tale of one name, two lives
One day in 1936, the Peekskill Evening Star ran a cover with two obituaries for two men named Hamilton Fish: one, a New York statesman and the son of a former secretary of state, and the other, a cannibalistic serial killer who met his end by electric chair.