Music and Drama come together for gala
At a gala celebrating the Beinecke's 50th anniversary, students from the School of Drama and School of Music collaborated to showcase the library's collection.
Exhibit honors Manet
A century and a half after Edouard Manet’s art sparked the modernist movement, his works are still inspiring artistic innovation.
Talk explores art and bioethics
The theme of death united two seemingly disparate fields — art and bioethics — during a Wednesday talk at the Yale University Art Gallery. The lecture, titled “Art, Empathy and Morality: Exploring the Intersection of Art and Bioethics,” was led by YUAG curatorial fellow Tanya Pohrt and Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics director Stephen Latham. »
Duke professor analyzes Proust
Duke professor and literary critic Fredric Jameson GRD ’56 PHD ’59 gave his interpretation of the works of French author Marcel Proust during a Tuesday lecture.
‘Owners’ explores power, murder
Directed by Evan Yionoulis, a resident director at the Yale Repertory Theatre, “Owners” by Caryl Churchill will open at the Rep on Oct. 31
YDC introduces new casting process
Starting this fall, aspiring actors at Yale will take part in a changed casting process for productions affiliated with the Yale Drama Coalition.
Fifty Rounds of Chess
Think playing chess is hard? Try playing fifty games at once. Chess enthusiasts of all ages gathered last week on Old Campus for such an event, called a simultaneous game, or ‘simul’ for short.