WEEKEND | 11:07 pm | September 15, 2011 | By Robert Peck

“SLAVES” at the Cabaret an ‘experiment in the experimental’


“SLAVES” delivers, but what it delivers, no one is—or ever will be—completely sure. Drawing inspiration from techno, bovine lactation and the deepest wells of human nature (if there’s one), the Yale Cabaret’s fall season opening show will leave even the most open-minded wondering what they’ve just seen. The play’s writer/director, Sunder Ganglani DRA ’12 said »

University | 11:55 am | September 12, 2011 | By Robert Peck

Through the Lens: Remembrances, reflections and renewal on 9/11/11


New Haven and Yale community members participated in events throughout the day on Sunday, the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Pictured events include a service fair on the New Haven Green, a nondenominational service and a candlelight vigil on Yale’s Cross Campus. Robert Peck report.