Dance lab takes the stage
In one Yale laboratory, experiments are performed on the researchers by the researchers themselves.
Poet Guerrero discusses inspiration
An intimate audience flocked around poet Laurie Ann Guerrero as she told stories of her family and personal history with laughs and tears.
Photo exhibit shows ‘Real Myanmar’
A new photo exhibition is trying to change how students see Myanmar, a country often defined by accounts of political oppression and ethnic violence.
Oscar winner on ‘Inocente’
Following her Oscar win, Yael Melamede ’88 ARC ’93 spoke with the News about her time at Yale and her career as a filmmaker.
Panel explores artist Katz’s work
On Saturday, visitors to a School of Art panel of artists, critics, poets and writers gained new insight into “Katz x Katz."
Cooking a Jeweled Feast: Sikhism at Yale
Reporters Isabel McCullough ’16 and Olivia Pavco-Giaccia ’16 report on the Sikh Student Association’s first interfaith cooking class and speak to Nina Chaunpreet Kaur, the founder of Kitchen Table Community.
Architecture professors discuss Latrobe
On Feb. 21, the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows awarded Bimal Mendis ’98 ARC ’02 and Joyce Hsiang ’99 ARC ’03 with the 2013 Benjamin Henry Latrobe prize for research that will advance the field of architecture.