Bra auction raises money for cancer

Women left the Omni Hotel with a little more support today. Around 125 people made their way to the Omni on Sunday to bid on bras at the Art Bra New Haven brunch to support Smilow Cancer Hospital’s Breast Center. The auction took place during a brunch held from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. In […]

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Japanese artist presents music videos, flip books

Imagine seeing your face in the music video for your favorite band or holding a rainbow in your hands. Masashi Kawamura, founder and creative director of creative agency PARTY Inc., has made these dreams a reality with his art. Before founding PARTY Inc., Kawamura worked with large companies such as Playstation, Google and Axe. Despite […]

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Blight talks Civil War, African-American authors

It is often said that history is written by the victors, but author David Blight ’54 is attempting to sift through the literature of the Civil War and find the truths in between the words of the winners and the losers. Yesterday, approximately 50 teachers and students gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall to celebrate the publication […]

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2011 Vlock adds new house to New Haven block

Over 200 people gathered at 456 Orchard St. on Monday for the unveiling of the Architecture School’s 2011 Vlock Building Project. The Project is a program that has been in place in one form or another for over 40 years and in the past several years has resulted in the ground-up construction of a brand […]

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Architects discuss old forms, new functions

Monday night, Hastings Hall in the School of Architecture’s Rudolph Hall was filled to capacity with architecture buffs eager to listen to a panel lecture from British architects known for their innovative designs that create new the frontiers for the industry. In the lecture, titled “Sampling and Synthesizing,” Tom Coward, Daisy Froud, Vincent Lacovara and […]

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YCC | Eric Eliasson ’14, treasurer

As current Freshman College Council chair and former FCC vice-chair, Eric Eliasson ’14 has been involved in student government and life for the past year at Yale. Eliasson, one of the four candidates running for Yale College Council treasurer, said he plans to take the experience he gained on FCC this year and apply it […]

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Lipka: Selling our public servants short

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Lipka: Middle school vs. art school

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American painter David Salle and students discuss art and interpretations

American painter David Salle visited the Yale School of Art on Monday night to talk to students about ’80s visual art, and the relationship between pictorial and presentational art. Salle is widely recognized as one of the premiere artists of the postmodern movement in the United States. His works are known for their seemingly random […]

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Lipka: Fewer tests, more learning

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Lipka: Of stereotypes and skinny jeans

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