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.
Films to promote human rights
The student organization Yale for North Korean Human Rights is partnering with the North Korea Strategy Center, a Seoul-based non-governmental organization that promotes democracy and human rights in North Korea, to smuggle movie-filled USB drives to North Korean citizens.
Artist talks gender, research process
Simon spoke to roughly 30 students, faculty and local community members about a variety of topics, including her recent projects, the importance of research in art and the experience of being a woman in the visual art world.
YUAG to display YCBA works during renovation
Although the Yale Center for British Art is scheduled to close for renovations in January, it will continue to display some of its most famous works by collaborating with the Yale University Art Gallery.
Film reveals Yale Bowl’s early years
Students may be familiar with silent films from Yale Symphony Orchestra Halloween shows, but one silent film about Yale has not been seen in New Haven for over 80 years.
Film website development underway
Student filmmakers on campus have united to create a website for members of the Yale community to stay on top of the undergraduate film scene.
YSO to perform ‘unfinished’ works
Two weeks after selling out Woolsey Hall with its annual Halloween Show, the Yale Symphony Orchestra will return to its classical roots this weekend.