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‘Solstice’ lets the sun in

With autumn’s arrival, the undergraduate Art Department is looking back to the heat of summer.

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Art transforms athletic space

Behind the Chapel street bus station, installation art is scoring a hole-in-one.

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Study gallery hosts ‘Ghost Town’

On the fourth floor mezzanine of the Yale University Art Gallery, “study” has taken on a new meaning.

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Founder of graphic design program passes away

Alvin Eisenman, a graphic designer who founded Yale’s graduate program in graphic design — the first of its kind in the United States — died on Sept. 3 at his home on Martha’s Vineyard, The New York Times reported. He was 92. Eisenman was a native of Dubois, Pa. and a graduate of Dartmouth College, […]

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Galleries welcome freshmen

The class of 2017 became the first group of freshmen to arrive on campus to a newly renovated Yale University Art Gallery.

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Polak updates campus on construction projects

Provost Benjamin Polak released an update of major building projects that are currently underway across campus in a Tuesday email to the  Yale community. The projects include renovations on Payne Whitney Gymnasium, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory and 43 Hillhouse Avenue — the “President’s House.” Payne Whitney’s $30 million exterior renovation is slated for completion in  2014, and […]

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At the Yale forest, a house with a view

Among the lofty pines of the Yale-Myers Forest this summer, a treehouse was built.

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Sterling Lab to undergo $130 million renovation

In May, the University began a project to construct new teaching laboratories for chemistry and biology that is slated to be completed in August 2016.

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After 20 years, L-Dub undergoes renovation

Pierson freshmen will finally enjoy a newly renovated Lanman-Wright Hall.

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Lanman-Wright Hall faces renovation

After years of enduring every freshman dorm joke, Lanman-Wright Hall is finally getting a facelift. According to a sign on Old Campus, “L-Dub” will be renovated over the course of two summers. Undertaken by Apicella + Bunton Architects, the project includes installing new woodfloors, doors and bathroom fixtures, as well as upgrading the electrical systems. […]

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City approves renovations on Hendrie, Leigh Halls

At its monthly meeting this Tuesday, the New Haven Board of Zoning Appeals gave the go-ahead for the University’s planned construction work on music buildings Hendrie Hall and Leigh Hall, The New Haven Independent reported. Located on Elm and College streets, respectively, Hendrie Hall and Leigh Hall are both over a century old. The planned […]

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