University

DJ discusses music industry

February 24, 2012 • 0
World-renowned DJ and producer Markus Schulz shed light on developments in the house music scene in the United States and Europe at a Master’s Tea Thursday. Schulz spoke to roughly 50 students about how he cultivated his interest in DJing and entered the world of professional music production. As he explored recent changes in the »
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Culture

‘Good Goods’ makes world premiere

February 9, 2012 • 2
A story of possession, magic and love, “Good Goods” has made its world debut on the Yale stage under the direction of Drama Desk Award nominee Tina Landau ’84. “Good Goods,” conceived by playwright Christina Anderson DRA ’11, premiered Feb. 3 at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Anderson said she started writing “Good Goods” as a »
Sci-Tech

Long dead moths alive with color

December 7, 2011 • 0
Yale researchers are coloring in moths that have been dead for 50 million years. A team of researchers including Derek Briggs, director of the Peabody Museum, discovered for the first time the patterns of color on an ancient moth derived from a 50 million-year-old fossil from Germany. This study, published in PLOS Biology in November, »