Seminar offers career advice to musicians

November 8, 2010 • 0
The Yale School of Music knows it takes more than practice, practice, practice to get to Carnegie Hall these days. The School of Music hosted a seminar in the Morse Recital Hall Saturday on how professional musicians can develop community outreach skills, which will inturn help them find audiences in their communities. The seminar is »

Rep’s video reaches out to LGBT teens

November 3, 2010 • 1
Members of the School of Drama and Yale Repepertory Theatre have been collaborating on a new project as usual. But this time, it is neither a musical nor a play — it is a YouTube clip. On Monday, 300 people from the School and the Yale Rep community participated in a video featuring testimonies from »

Cabaret hosts Russian artists

October 29, 2010 • 106
For people who thought Russian drama began and ended with Chekhov, the Yale Cabaret presents a show that will make them think again. The production — a pair of new Russian plays collectively titled “Russian Shorts” — is the culmination of a 10-day residency for four Russian artists sponsored by the Yale School of Drama »

Drama School puts spotlight on projection design

October 27, 2010 • 0
Midway through the first scene of “Eurydice,” projected images of a couple dancing to the tune of a gentle waltz float across the stage. The use of projected images is used to enhance the dramatic effect of the scene — and it is a technique the show’s director Devin Brain DRA ’11 may not have »

Yalies sample songs

October 19, 2010 • 0
Yale students and community members had the opportunity to sample the music of what may be the next generation of Broadway stars. On Friday night, a pair of veteran songwriters Richard Maltby Jr. ’59 and David Shire ’59 listened in on and critiqued the compositions of Alex Ratner ’14, Jeremy Lloyd ’12 and Mark Sonnenblick »
Jessica Rhee ’10 defeated Brown’s Cassandra Herzberg 6-0. 5-7. 6-4 in No. 2 singles on Saturday.

W. TENNIS | Win helps Yale’s tourney chances

April 26, 2010 • 0
Though Ivy League competition for the women’s tennis team has ended, the team’s season may be far from over. No. 48 Yale’s (16–6, 5–2 Ivy) 5–2 win over No. 58 Brown (16–8, 4–3 Ivy) on Saturday will only help the team’s chances of receiving an at-large bid for the NCAA tournament this May. The win »

W. TENNIS | Loss would end Yale’s season

April 23, 2010 • 0
Though Ivy League play for the women’s tennis team will conclude this weekend with a match against No. 58 Brown (16–7, 4–2 Ivy), the team’s season may not be over quite yet. When national rankings came out on Tuesday, the Elis (15–6, 4–2), who lost a close match on Sunday to then-No. 56 Harvard, fell »

W. TENNIS | Yale loss to Harvard gives Tigers Ivy title

April 20, 2010 • 0
The women’s tennis team will not be Ivy League champions this year. Despite a 6–1 win over No.53 Dartmouth (16–5, 3–3) on Friday, No. 46 Yale’s 4–3 loss No.56 Harvard (13–7 5–1) cleared the way for Princeton to clinch its second-straight Ivy League title with two wins this weekend. The Bulldogs (15–6, 4–2) entered this »
Lindsay Clark ’10 won both her singles and doubles match without dropping a single game.

W. TENNIS | Two more Ivy wins for Bulldogs

April 12, 2010 • 0
Hard work paid off for the women’s tennis team as it won both its weekend matches with nearly flawless performances. The No. 46 Bulldogs (14–5, 3–1 Ivy) focused on doubles play during practices last week, and players said their doubles play on the road was key to both their 7–0 victory against Cornell (11–9, 1–4) »
Midfielder Kristen Chapman ’13 has three goals and three assists this sea

W. LACROSSE | 2nd-half surge propels Princeton over Yale

April 12, 2010 • 0
The Princeton Tigers proved too much for the women’s lacrosse team on Saturday afternoon in New Jersey. Despite playing strong defense for the first half, 10 unanswered Tiger goals propelled Princeton (5–6, 3–1 Ivy) to an 11–2 win over the Bulldogs (5–7, 2–3) at Princeton Stadium. “We were pretty disappointed about how we played on »
Vicky Brook ’12 hits an overhead shotduring Yale’s 7–0 home win over Penn on April 3. Brook won her No. 1 singles match 6–2, 7–6 (2).

W. TENNIS | Ivy title within reach

April 9, 2010 • 0
The women’s tennis team hopes its second weekend of Ivy League play will be more successful than the first. The No. 46 Bulldogs (12–5, 1–1), who lost a disappointing match to No. 28 Princeton and defeated UPenn last weekend, will now hit the road to take on unranked Cornell (11–7, 1–2) and Columbia (9–10, 0–3) »

W. TENNIS | Rough start for Elis

April 5, 2010 • 0
The Ivy League season did not start off as smoothly as the women’s tennis team would have liked. No. 33 Princeton (15–5, 3–0 Ivy) defeated the No. 40 Bulldogs (12–5, 1–1) by a score of 6–1 at home in Yale’s Ivy League season opener before the Elis crushed Penn (4–10, 0-3) the next day in »