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Lacrosse

Local exhibition redefines self-portraiture

A new art exhibition will display the work of local artists who are reinterpreting the concept of the self-portrait.

Culture

Theater Studies class stages Shakespeare

This weekend, a group of undergraduates will put on a production of “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare at the Whitney Theater.

Culture

NHFPL puts books on wheels

A new bright orange truck driving around the New Haven Green last week was not, in fact, the newest addition to the city’s food truck scene, but a new mobile library serving books to New Haven children.

City

FDA Commissioner talks life balance, Ebola

Finding a balance between long-term planning and impromptu decision-making is crucial to success, said Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration Margaret Hamburg at a Monday afternoon Master’s Tea in the Davenport Common Room.

Sci-Tech

Af-Am House celebrates 45th anniversary

Ten years ago, Elaine Rene ’07 participated in festivities for the African-American Cultural House’s 35th Anniversary as a student. This past weekend, she returned to the house as an alumna and guest for the next decennial celebration.

University

Odinga cautiously optimistic about African future

While the future of Africa’s development looks promising, the continent remains troubled by corruption and lagging economic progress, according to Former Prime Minister of Kenya Raila Odinga.

University

Actress, activist discusses life values

Despite having acted in over 40 films, Nandita Das still claims that she never wanted to be an actress.

University

Divinity School pushes diversity

Yale Divinity School (YDS) is on its way to reaching its diversity goals, but the road ahead is long.

University