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Playwright festival sees record number of submissions

March 4, 2015
As Edward Columbia ’18 was writing the play “Fiction” while working as an actor and theater intern in New York City, little did he know that he would have the chance to revisit the piece and personally workshop it with experienced theater professionals and faculty.
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West Bank conflict presented through solo dance act

March 4, 2015
Through film footage, dance performances and a human rights movement, Yale audiences were able to see through the eyes of firsthand witnesses to an ongoing conflict in the Middle East.
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YUAG-YCBA exhibition examines diversity of Romanticism

March 4, 2015
For the first time in their history, the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art are hosting a joint exhibition.
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Original student play explores boundaries of friendship, romance

March 4, 2015
"The main question is, 'Can two people sustain a relationship that lies right between friendship and lovers?'"
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DPops celebrates 10th anniversary

March 2, 2015
On Saturday night, the Davenport Pops Orchestra took the stage to wish itself a happy birthday.
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Opera Theatre tells classic tale of children, witch

February 25, 2015
In its biggest production of the season, the Opera Theatre of Yale College will bring to life a rendition of a beloved fairy tale.
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Yale Architectural Journal articles emphasizes importance of money in architecture

February 25, 2015
Although money is often seen as a taboo topic in art schools, a group of Yale alumni is urging professional architects to place more value on the relationship between money and architecture.
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Art and law come together at weekend conference

February 25, 2015
An upcoming conference will show that artists do more with the law than get in trouble with it.
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YUAG ‘portal’ connects New Haven, Iran

February 25, 2015
In a shipping container on Chapel Street, New Haven residents can now virtually transport themselves to the capital of Iran.
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Exhibition highlights protest art from Eastern Europe, New Haven

February 23, 2015
Ranging from a stress-ball-like bust of Vladimir Lenin to the campaign office of a fictional New Haven aldermanic candidate, the pieces in a new local exhibition aim to convey diverse conceptions of protest.
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Student musicians ask for a little more jazz

February 23, 2015
Following the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective’s annual festival, hosted this weekend, students have voiced displeasure with the state of jazz at Yale.
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Filmmakers can choose between two majors

February 20, 2015
As underclassmen plan to declare their majors at the end of the semester, those who want to study filmmaking will have two options this year instead of one.