That night, I had an epiphany in Bienecke Plaza, as everyone should. “I am not perfect, I will never be perfect.” There, I said it. The thought echoed against the marble edifices. A flock of pigeons may or may not have flown away in the background. Okay, I ‘ve had this realization before, but it never came with this particular sick idea: I feel like I have to be a different person for me to like me.
Student performers in the “Last Comic Standing” tested their wit in front of a crowd of about 400 students Thursday night. 12 stand-up student comedians performed in front of a packed Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall. At the conclusion of the nearly three-hour event, which was sponsored by the Yale College Council, Yael Zinkow ’12 and Natey Weinstein […]
When Tony award-winner Alan Cumming began to speak at the Yale Repertory Theatre lounge last Friday, there was a sharp intake of breath in the audience of theater buffs and Broadway aficionados that filled the lounge to the brim: Cumming had an unexpectedly strong Scottish accent. At the Yale Dramatic Association talk, Cumming — a […]