Free Skool is Kool for Everyone
The New Haven Free Skool, the latest project of the People’s Art Collective, teaches the city’s residents for free. YTV attends the classes.
Finding Your Voice: Spoken Word at Yale
Reporters Isabel McCullough ’16 and Olivia Pavco-Giaccia ’16 profile Davenport freshman Emtithal Mahmoud and her relationship with spoken word at Yale.
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.
The Expanded Yale University Art Gallery
Caroline Pringle ’16 and Kate Walker ’16 report on Yale University Art Gallery’s 14-year, $135 million renovation. The YUAG opens officially to the public on Dec. 12, 2012.
The Yale Eid Banquet: An Islamic Festival for All
Every year, the Yale Muslim Students’ Association brings students together and increases cultural awareness with its Eid Banquet. Patrice Bowman ’15 and Anneliese Leinbach ’16 attended the festival.
A Cultural Celebration: South Asian Style
Britta Hjelm ’16 and Patrice Bowman ’15 bring you the sights and sounds of Roshni. Yet again, the event has enlivened Yale with a vivid celebration of South Asian dance.
New Haven Raps: No Pain No Progress
Hip hop artist Cam Kashier uses music to help him overcome difficult moments in his life. Reporter Clinton Wang ’15 brings you his story from New Haven, CT. Reporting contributed by Alan Sage ’14.