Uncategorized | 8:17 pm | April 10, 2011 | By Mitchell Murdock

McCullough talks Morse

Historian David McCullough ’55 spoke to approximately 400 people at the Yale University Art Gallery Sunday afternoon to discuss “Gallery of the Louvre,” a painting by Samuel Morse 1810. Morse’s painting, first exhibited in New Haven in 1834, is on loan from the Terra Foundation and will be on display in the Yale University Art »

Uncategorized | 5:30 pm | November 16, 2010 | By Mitchell Murdock

Garry Trudeau ’70 ART ’73 learned valuable lessons at Yale

Tough love from a professor influenced “Doonesbury” artist Garry Trudeau ’70 ART ’73, Trudeau told NPR. In the interview, Trudeau recounted a memorable experience from college: And one day the professor came over and he looked at my drawing, and he ripped it off my drawing board and proceeded to tear it into pieces in »

Uncategorized | 10:07 pm | October 28, 2010 | By Mitchell Murdock

Commons of dreams

If you build a themed-dinner they will come. Those who ate at Commons Thursday night were treated to a baseball-themed dinner experience and a screening of “Field of Dreams.” In addition to the movie there was a popcorn machine, a cotton candy machine, soft pretzels, and root beer floats. “We wanted to show the World »