Students at the Architecture School weigh the new rankings by DesignIntelligence.

Arch students consider No. 3 ranking

January 17, 2013
Yale’s School of Architecture ranked third on DesignIntelligence’s 2013 list of “America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools."
A teaching museum for all

A teaching museum for all

December 12, 2012
When the YUAG reopens today at noon, it will mark the debut of a reorganized and extensive art collection alongside a strengthened educational model for teaching through art.
Gallery blends new and old

Gallery blends new and old

December 7, 2012
Even as the Yale University Art Gallery marches toward the future, it continues to commemorate the legacies of its past.
Maya Lin ’81 ARC ’86, who designed the “Women’s Table” outside of Sterling Memorial Library, will speak at the School of Architecture’s reunion for female alumnae.

Women in Architecture reunion examines gender diversity

November 30, 2012
At the School of Architecture’s first “Yale Women in Architecture” symposium this weekend, alumnae and current students will discuss a field that remains largely dominated by men.
Peter Lerman, Michael Mayer and Amanda Lipitz discussed their career paths in the theater industry at a DRAMATalk Tuesday night.

Theater panel examines success

November 28, 2012
The Yale Dramatic Association kicked off this year’s DRAMATalk series Tuesday night with a panel of three prominent figures in the New York musical theater community.
Provost Peter Salovey, right, performed with his bluegrass band in Davenport College last April.

Salovey to continue arts improvements

November 13, 2012
When Provost Peter Salovey assumes the presidency on June 30 next year, Yale’s galleries and arts professional schools will be stronger than they ever have been before.

Timeline for new colleges still unclear

October 29, 2012
With only two-fifths of the funding for the project, an empty seven-acre site and no starting date set for construction, the future of Yale’s two new residential colleges is uncertain. While University officials said Yale remains committed to building the two new residential colleges, construction will not begin until Yale raises the roughly $300 million »

Architecture Ph.D. program’s presence grows

October 29, 2012
In the coming weeks, the School of Architecture’s “Dialogues” series will reinforce increased collaboration between the school’s Ph.D. students and other members of Yale’s architecture community. The series — which will include three events this semester — was established last year to foster conversation among doctoral candidates, professional students and faculty members, Surry Schlabs ’99 »
The 14-year renovation of the Yale University Art Gallery’s three component buildings has culminated in site-specific spaces for certain works of art.

Site-specific art finds home in redesigned Gallery

October 17, 2012
When the Yale University Art Gallery unveils its newly renovated and expanded space on Dec. 12, visitors will be able to view works of art in rooms specifically designed to enhance their appeal. The opening of the renovated Gallery will signify the culmination of a $135 million construction project that has spanned 14 years and »

The acoustics of architecture

October 8, 2012
Before last weekend, David Burt ARC ’14 said he barely noticed the sounds that occur around him on a daily basis. But walking up the stairs in the School of Architecture’s Loria Center on Friday, he said he was aware of every noise his footsteps made. Burt had just finished listening to the keynote address »
A traveling retrospective at the Yale University Art Gallery will highlight the work of renowned American photographer Robert Adams.

The other Adams photographer

August 29, 2012
For three months, the Yale University Art Gallery will played host to “The Way We Live,” a traveling retrospective of the work of American photographer Robert Adams, an artist best known for his poignant depictions of the American West. On view in New Haven from Aug. 3 to Oct. 28, the exhibition will have traveled »
The Yale Undergraduate Ballet Company’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will go Saturday in the Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School. Several Yale dancers say the space is more suitable than those on campus.

Growing dance scene seeks suitable studios

March 30, 2012
The dance scene at Yale is growing — perhaps too rapidly for the University to keep up. In recent years, a variety of student dance groups have cropped up around campus, outgrowing the resources that currently exist for undergraduate dance. According to the website for the Alliance for Dance at Yale, an umbrella organization that »