At Smilow, healing through art
The Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale treats its patients through more than just clinicians and medical equipment — it also heals them through its artwork.
The power of seduction in ‘Richard III’
Though Shakespearean plays often depict the concept of power through military and political conflicts, students in theater studies and English professor Joseph Roach’s seminar are aiming to emphasize the power of seduction in their upcoming performance.
Filmmaker puts New Haven on screen
Though his work has been shown at many film festivals around the world, filmmaker Stephen Dest kept his cameras focused on the buildings and streets of New Haven to produce his latest project.
Symposium reflects on Berlin’s architecture
Architects, historians and critics convened in Rudolph Hall this weekend to discuss the political and historical significance of Berlin architecture, past and present.
Pianist Emanuel Ax returns to Yale
While many musicians from around the world are dreaming of winning their first Grammy this Sunday, such an achievement is but a memory for Emanuel Ax.
Kersels talks performance through sculpture
While most art galleries place security sensors on their sculptures, School of Art professor Martin Kersels’s exhibitions have served as stages for singers, dancers and even DJs.
Undergrad to build treehouse
By the end of the semester, Yale students can explore Yale’s extensive forests from their very own treehouse.
Guppies swim into Dwight Hall
Members of Yale Children’s Theater are focusing their energies on bringing engaging theater to New Haven youth.