African Art Heads to Yale
World class collection of African terra cotta figureheads come to the Yale University Art Gallery.
Undergraduate poets present in Beinecke
At a poetry reading Tuesday, Nancy Kuhl, curator at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ran over the list of names in one breath — the 10 undergraduates nominated by Yale’s creative writing faculty for the annual reading of Yale Student Poets.
At Smilow, healing through art
The Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale treats its patients through more than just clinicians and medical equipment — it also heals them through its artwork.
Expressing the human condition through color
Contrary to his appearance, an artist dressed in a monochromatic scheme of dark blue denim spoke about the expressive range of color at an Ezra Stiles Master’s Tea on Tuesday.
Jazz fest promotes genre at Yale
This week marks Yale’s first jazz festival — a three-day long event, beginning Friday afternoon, was organized by the Yale undergraduate Jazz Collective
The power of seduction in ‘Richard III’
Though Shakespearean plays often depict the concept of power through military and political conflicts, students in theater studies and English professor Joseph Roach’s seminar are aiming to emphasize the power of seduction in their upcoming performance.
Marina Keegan Award honors playwrights
When Marina Keegan ’12 died just a few days after her graduation from Yale College, her parents, friends and professors soon began to wonder how her memory might best be kept alive at the school.
‘Avenue Q’ on Elm Street
Yale’s stages have recently been home to singing pirates, vibrators and a 45-year-old Hollywood star as Hamlet. This week, it’s on to singing, dancing, cursing and lovemaking puppets.