Levin and DeStefano accept Long Wharf award

Levin and DeStefano received the Long Wharf Theatre’s Founders Award for their contributions to New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre and city's arts scene

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Yale-China captures Hong Kong’s local flavor

The Yale-China Association’s newest art exhibit brings Hong Kong’s street markets to life on Temple Street.

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Senior arts show highlights diversity of media

“Practice: Yale Undergraduate Senior Projects in Art 2013” presents the senior theses of the 23 art majors graduating this year.

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‘Avenue Q’ on Elm Street

Yale’s stages have recently been home to singing pirates, vibrators and a 45-year-old Hollywood star as Hamlet. This week, it’s on to singing, dancing, cursing and lovemaking puppets.

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A still-modern major musical

For our generation, the ambiguity of “pilot” and “pirate” in British pronunciation might spark an Internet meme; for W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, it’s the beginning of an opera.

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Sex Week denounced on ‘The 700 Club’

Nathan Harden, the author of “Sex and God at Yale,” appeared Thursday as a guest on an Evangelical news show to discuss — and denounce — Sex Week.

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Peace through music

“When you play music, you can’t offend anyone or hurt people, but you can make people feel your passion,” said Siwar Mansour, an 18-year-old Palestinian violinist and ukulele player in Heartbeat: The Israeli-Palestinian Youth Music Movement.

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With ‘Laramie,’ a heavier freshman show

This weekend, the Yale Dramatic Association will stage its annual Freshman Show featuring an all-freshman cast and crew.

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Students petition Lorimer for pope

Yalies have drafted an official petition to the White House urging President Barack Obama to nominate University Vice President and Yale’s Holiest Celebrity Linda Koch Lorimer to the papacy. The petition was created after Lorimer announced that classes would be canceled on Tuesday, marking the fourth time classes have been canceled this academic year. Before Superstorm Sandy this October, […]

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‘Reintegrate’ merges arts, sciences

On Tuesday, the Arts Council announced that it will give $10,000 to each of seven Connecticut-based teams of artists and scientists to conduct collaborative, cross-disciplinary projects.

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ROUNER: May the force be against this

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English dept. profs stage play

“But no one does that!” English and Theater Studies professor Joseph Roach, playing the character of Judge Brack, exclaimed.

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