Features

The few, the proud: Male WGSS majors

April 2, 2008 • 22
Back in kindergarten, most boys had a fail-proof way of explaining the workings of the female mind: cooties. Soon, though, cooties become obsolete and now — after puberty, hormones and periods — understanding women is often perceived as a hopeless task for the college-aged man. But not for Colin Adamo ’10. As one of only »
Culture

Elis renew sounds of forgotten Baroque

December 4, 2007 • 0
The ornate and sometimes-forgotten sounds of the Baroque era are being revived at Yale. The Yale Baroque Orchestra will make its debut performance at Trinity Lutheran Church on the corner of Orange and Wall streets at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Featuring the students of Music 227, “Rhetoric and Early String Performance,” accompanied by harpsichord players »
University

Eli parents receive taste of University

October 23, 2006 • 0
The crowds in coffee shops, the ubiquity of J.Crew paper bags and the omnipresence of tour groups over the weekend could only mean one thing — Parents’ Weekend was here. From Friday afternoon to Sunday, Yale’s campus saw hundreds of new faces during its annual Parents’ Weekend, when students and parents had the opportunity to »