Exhibit explores technology in architecture
In an upcoming exhibition, the Yale School of Architecture gallery will be home to a variety of revolutionary contraptions, including a morphing wall that can read the “digital mood” of the room.
School of Music launches new degree programs
Earlier this month, the School of Music announced the creation of two programs, the Master of Musical Arts degree and the Artist Diploma. Both programs are now available to applicants for the 2015–16 academic year.
Screenwriting grows amidst limited resources
Filmmaking and screenwriting have been burgeoning interests for Yalies. The craft has grown, and gained recognition and respect from the Yale administration, but many say that the program has outgrown its size, and that its popularity calls for further attention.
YDC emphasizes well-being for thespians
The Yale Drama Coalition has decided to take a stance against theater community members sacrificing health, sleep and schoolwork for their productions.
Art history changes draw mixed reactions
Since Yale’s art history major modified its requirements a year ago, several students and faculty members have expressed mixed feelings in response to the changes.
Undergrad jazz group releases album
Yale’s jazz scene recently reached a new milestone, as an undergraduate group teamed up with a music industry legend to make their first album.