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.
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.
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 »
Yale pilots printing kiosks
New cloud-based printing kiosks have appeared in several residential colleges over the past few weeks.
Nordhaus talks climate change in new book
Yale professor and environmental economist William Nordhaus ’63 has written prolifically on the relationship between economics and climate change. In his new book “The Climate Casino,” Nordhaus hopes to elucidate the complexities and controversies of climate change for the general public. The News talked with Nordhaus about his inspiration for the book, its potential impact »
Rand to study cooperation
New Yale professor of psychology David Rand wants to make the world a better place by understanding how people cooperate.
Artist traces non-traditional background
On Wednesday afternoon, artist and writer Carol Diehl encouraged students at the School of Art to create “participatory” art — works that inspire audiences to immerse themselves into the themes and ideas expressed by the creator. In front of an audience of roughly 20 graduate students, Diehl described her evolution from an employee at the »