WHC honors Cinema’s third year

September 11, 2007
A crowd gathered at the Whitney Humanities Center on Friday to eat, drink and celebrate the Cinema at the Whitney’s third season. Dozens of students along with visitors from the surrounding community filled the auditorium to near capacity for a screening of Luchino Visconti’s “The Leopard.” The classic Italian film marked the beginning of the »

Despite changes, voting snafus persist

November 9, 2006
Although allegations of voter fraud, miscounted votes and disenfranchised voters seem to be prevalent in almost every election in this country, election crises and serious calls for reform are surprisingly rare. The large number of votes cast generally provides a margin for error that allows for a few mistakes by voting machines, poll workers or »

Rose Center aims at outreach

September 17, 2006
Yale students interested in reaching out to their New Haven neighbors now have an opportunity to make a difference without having to walk far from central campus. The Dixwell-Yale University Community Learning Center, opened last spring, is the most local of Yale’s efforts at community outreach, serving a neighborhood situated a few blocks from Swing »

Galleries kick off year with a cappella

September 8, 2006
John Trumbull would have smiled last night. Buried in the art gallery he helped found in 1831, he was within earshot of the many a cappella groups that alternately parodied and celebrated art last night on High Street. Although the Yale University Art Gallery and the Center for British Art hold open houses every year, »