Filmmaker explores Neo-nazism, racial violence

Having received numerous racially-charged death threats in the past, film director and journalist Mo Asumang came to Yale last night to discuss the history of violence in Neo-Nazi groups across the world.

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Art school exhibit showcases undergraduates’ summer projects

“School’s In” is a new exhibit showcasing work by undergraduate art majors and participants of the Yale/Norfolk and Auvillar summer art programs.

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Fiction writer discusses writing influences

Award-winning Pakistani writer Nadeem Aslam spoke about the political dimensions of his writing during a Master’s Tea given to about 30 attendees in Trumbull College on Tuesday.

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MFA exhibit highlights program’s creative range

A new exhibition of artwork by second-year Master in Fine Arts students at the School of Art highlights the diversity of media and art disciplines graduate students can pursue.

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Architecture students design New Haven homes

Beginning January this year, first-year students at the School of Architecture began designing houses in New Haven.

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Student production to explore sex, drugs and existentialism

An eclectic student production that explores the nature of relationships, freedom and art will premier in Trumbull’s Nick Chapel on Thursday.

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Author discusses research on Russian gulags

During the 1990s, Russia was looking to a new, post-communist future while acclaimed journalist and historian Anne Applebaum ’86 was exploring one of the darkest elements of the country’s past: the gulags.

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Professor praises ancient Greek architecture

According to 20th-century Greek architect Constantinos Doxiadis, failing to revive the human element in architectural planning may bring about the end of civilization.

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Visual artist discusses recent work

Renowned visual artist Christian Patterson spoke about his recent work in photography at the Yale School of Art on Tuesday.

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Architecture symposium explores role of technology

This weekend, the School of Architecture hosted a symposium that focused on the role of technology in design and construction.

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Festival draws jazz enthusiasts to campus

Last weekend, Yale’s second Jazz festival brought together Yale and New Haven’s jazz communities on the stage.

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School of Music to host Pascal Rogé

Tonight, the world-renowned pianist and conductor Pascal Rogé will perform creations by Claude Debussy and Francis Poulenc in the Morse Recital Hall, providing the Yale community with a snapshot into French musical history. Rogé has been invited to Yale as part of the Horowitz Piano Series, a program of musical exploration organized by the Yale […]

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