University

Gitlin talks history of minority activism

October 18, 2013 • 0
The push to create a more inclusive campus at Yale came from minority students themselves, according to history professor Jay Gitlin ’71 MUS ’74 GRD ’02.
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University

Calhoun Happiness Project promotes positive thinking

October 18, 2013 • 0
On Tuesday, the Calhoun Happiness Project held a meeting to reflect on the passing of Calhoun Dean Leslie Woodard.
University

Food columnist discusses intersection of food and science

October 9, 2013 • 0
Food columnist and author Harold McGee GRD ’73 delivered a Tuesday talk on the intersection of food and science.
City

LAMP Festival brings together artists and performers

October 7, 2013 • 0
Hundreds of people flocked to New Haven’s Ninth Square District on Friday night to attend the third annual Light Artists Making Places (LAMP) Festival. The festival, unique to New Haven, is an art, music and culture festival focused around the use of light to make art. LAMP was conceived by the group 9Arts, a collection »
“Anna in the Tropics,” the Yale Dramat’s first show of the season, brings both Leo Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina” and the Cuban immigrant experience to life.
Culture

“Anna in the Tropics” brings art of storytelling to the stage

October 2, 2013 • 0
“Anna in the Tropics,” directed by Eric Sirakian ’15 and produced by Douglas Streat ’16, opens Thursday at the Yale Repertory Theater.
City

Author discusses Elm City’s dark history

October 2, 2013 • 0
The Elm City’s dark history was on display last night at the New Haven Museum. Garbed in a red vest and gold chains, Michael J. Bielawa, discussed his latest book, “Wicked New Haven” which chronicles the dark, mysterious and supernatural side of the city’s history. Approximately 30 people attended the talk, which is the first »