On Sunday afternoon, Yale’s all-female, all-senior a cappella group Whim ‘n Rhythm confirmed the list of junior women chosen to ascend. Below is the list, along with the singing (or other) groups with which they are affiliated. While last year every Whim tap was chosen from the ranks of Singing Group Council member groups, this year »
The oldest college a cappella group in the U.S. has finalized its newest tap class of singers (a.k.a. JPress models) Saturday evening. Here is a tentative list of the 14 lucky juniors and the a cappella groups they were in before the rapture: Nick Maas — Society of Orpheus and Bacchus Alex Ratner — The »
Depending on where you are tonight, you might be approached by a stranger with a video camera.
Returning thespians and theater fans alike will be greeted this semester by a new website for the Yale Drama Coalition. The new site, which went up on Jan. 3, moved the site from coding language PHP to the more modern “Ruby on Rails,” the web framework that is also used by Yale BlueBook. Created by »
Just two months before Paul Giamatti takes the Yale Repertory Theatre stage as Hamlet, audiences at the Yale Cabaret on Tuesday will get to see a very different rendition of the classic play, one performed in Farsi and just 30 minutes long. In “Hamlet, Prince of Grief,” by Mohammad Charmshir, a single actor incorporates household »