TELUSHKIN: A harsh, charming gift

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TELUSHKIN: Is this good enough?

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TELUSHKIN: Knowing our place

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TELUSHKIN: Clothing has consequences

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TELUSHKIN: Learning doesn’t stop at 36 credits

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TELUSHKIN: Learning to give

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In ‘Cabaret,’ taking an unfiltered approach

Set in a darkening 1930s Berlin and rife with references to homosexuality and the Holocaust, the musical “Cabaret” does not shy away from heavy subject matter. For Ethan Karetsky ’14, the director of a new production of the show opening Thursday in the Morse-Stiles Crescent Underground Theater, “Cabaret” is above all a show about change. […]

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TELUSHKIN: Between smokers and vegans

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Exiled author sheds light on Iranian assassinations

When Roya Hakakian set out to tell the story of eight assassinations ordered by the Iranian government 20 years ago in her book “Assassins of the Turquoise Palace,” she took the novel approach of focusing on the victims themselves. Hakakian, a poet, author and human rights advocate born and raised in Tehran, spoke to a […]

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A place for arts and crafts at the YCBA

Home decoration has serious artistic value, as the Tuesday presentation on “The Homes of William Morris” at the Yale Center for British Art made clear. About 60 people gathered for the talk, given by Imogen Hart, assistant curator in the department of Exhibitions and Publications at the Center. Tapestries and books created by Morris, a […]

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TELUSHKIN: Leave nerds alone

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Daily Themes comes to the Magazine Blog!

Starting today, we’ll be publishing pieces composed for ENGL 450, “Daily Themes.” Interested in being featured? Submit your theme with its prompt to lauren.oyler@yale.edu to be considered for publication. Prompt: “Write a narrative that has the form of a list embedded in it. It might be the story of a particular day, or a series […]

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