Nicole Daly, Claire Lu
For its opening concert of the 2015–16 season, the Yale Philharmonia will perform old and new works alike, as it combines iconic works of Russian music with a contemporary piece from South America.
From mongooses to middle school students, the plays performed at the Yale Drama Coalition’s theater festival this past weekend covered a broad range of themes while meeting a tight deadline.
Last night, weary students in Bass Library were given the opportunity to take a break from their work by watching a series of murders on screen.
For the next few months, the Yale Environmental Science Center will examine the Earth’s core elements with paper and paint.
With its first show of the semester, the Yale Cabaret will stage a musical filled with love, desire, jealousy and Amy Winehouse songs.
While “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Interstellar” have entertained millions on the big screen, some Yalies have found a new form of entertainment by engaging in scholarly discussions about the two films.
When Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen joined the Yale School of Architecture as a critic in 1994 under the deanship of Fred Koetter, her surroundings barely resembled what the school’s community and culture are today.