English colloquia inspire discourse through diversity

January 28, 2015 • 0
In the coming semester, graduate students in the English Department will aim to bring the most unique and innovative researchers in the discipline to Yale.

Film series honors Russian filmmaker’s influence

January 21, 2015 • 0
This semester, the Whitney Humanities Center will pay tribute to the legacy of a Russian film director whose work covered war, corruption and fraternity.

Film Studies major renamed, incorporating Media Studies

January 15, 2015 • 0
After a recent name change to their program, students in Yale’s Film and Media Studies major expect to market themselves to a broader professional audience.

Exhibit explores technology in architecture

December 3, 2014 • 0
In an upcoming exhibition, the Yale School of Architecture gallery will be home to a variety of revolutionary contraptions, including a morphing wall that can read the “digital mood” of the room.

Screenwriting grows amidst limited resources

November 21, 2014 • 0
Filmmaking and screenwriting have been burgeoning interests for Yalies. The craft has grown, and gained recognition and respect from the Yale administration, but many say that the program has outgrown its size, and that its popularity calls for further attention.

Film website development underway

November 13, 2014 • 0
Student filmmakers on campus have united to create a website for members of the Yale community to stay on top of the undergraduate film scene.

Poet laureates employ humor in readings

November 12, 2014 • 0
On Tuesday afternoon, U.S. poet laureates of the past and present arrived on campus to present selected works from their prolific careers.

Orchestra to accompany ballet dancers

November 7, 2014 • 0
For the first time in its history, the Yale Undergraduate Ballet Company will perform with a live orchestra.

YSO reveals filmmaking process

November 5, 2014 • 0
At midnight on Halloween, a herd of costume-clad students packed into Woolsey Hall to witness a tale of romance, school spirit and lost puppies.

New grant promotes Chinese scholarship

October 29, 2014 • 0
A newly funded initiative from the department of East Asian languages and literatures aims to make pre-modern Chinese texts more accessible to scholars.

Oliver Stone discusses atomic bomb

October 16, 2014 • 0
An Academy Award-winning filmmaker and a Cold War historian came together Wednesday night to present a glimpse into the history of the atomic bomb.

Ecuadorian president talks national growth

April 11, 2014 • 0
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa believes that his country’s advance in the world will come on the heels of the government’s investment in education.