Yale Cabaret opens new season
The Yale Cabaret’s new season will aim to stage Yale School of Drama students’ most ambitious theatrical ideas.
Art historian talks femininity in Reynolds
Speaking in front of a crowd of 100 at the Yale Center for British Art on Tuesday, art historian Mark Hallett discussed mythological elements and ideals of femininity in Joshua Reynolds’ paintings.
Students speed date with literary prizewinners
At this year’s edition of the Windham-Campbell Prize Festival, students were offered the opportunity to interact with the winners of the literary award in a more relaxed and intimate setting.
Fiction writer discusses writing influences
Award-winning Pakistani writer Nadeem Aslam spoke about the political dimensions of his writing during a Master’s Tea given to about 30 attendees in Trumbull College on Tuesday.
Slifka exhibit celebrates ethnic features
The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale’s first exhibit of the semester aims to celebrate ethnic features that have historically been portrayed in a negative light.