University

Blair’s class to triple in size

March 31, 2010 • 2
Applications are now open for Tony Blair’s “Faith and Globalization” course for the coming fall semester, but this year, more than three times as many students will get a seat in the coveted class. The course, now in its third year, will include 60 to 80 students, up from the previous average of about 25 »
The Yale Rep’s December production of “POP!” centered on Andy Warhol’s 1968 shooting.
Culture

For Yale Rep, a season of firsts

March 31, 2010 • 0
The most famous pair of star-crossed lovers will take the stage in New Haven next year. The 2010-’11 season of the Yale Repertory Theatre, announced two weeks ago, includes both classics, such as William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” and original, new works such as “Bossa Nova” by an up-and-coming playwright. James Bundy DRA ’95, the »
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Late-night sushi restaurant to open

February 18, 2010 • 1
Mory’s may no longer be serving cups, but a new sushi lounge will soon be serving up bowls of alcohol — and these ones are on fire. The $20 Scorpion Bowl will be available at Koji, a new sushi restaurant and lounge scheduled to open on Temple Street in about four weeks. At 64 ounces, »
Sci-Tech

Study parses attitudes on climate change

February 17, 2010 • 5
The American public has multiple personality disorder when it comes to the issue of climate change, a Yale study has found. Yale Project on Climate Change Director Anthony Leiserowitz and his team identified the six types of Americans — the alarmed, the concerned, the cautious, the disengaged, the doubtful and the dismissive — by conducting »
Culture

Music School to stream concerts

February 2, 2010 • 1
People around the world will now be able to experience School of Music concerts without leaving their rooms. The School of Music has announced its decision to live stream concerts held in Morse Recital Hall of Sprague Memorial Hall. Last night’s Faculty Artists Series concert, featuring Ole Akahoshi on cello and Elizabeth Parisot on piano, »