A new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art will showcase the art of a man whose work has not been exhibited globally in 35 years.

The Scottish Play comes to America

February 3, 2012 • 0
The Yale Drama Coalition’s new production of “Macbeth,” directed by Sam Lasman ’12, reimagines the Scottish play in “a timeless landscape of American mythmaking,” according to the Coalition’s website. And while the transitions between different scenes and time periods are disorienting at times, when taken together they manage to carve out a unique time and »
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WEEKEND SHOPS: ENGL 134: Reading Fiction for Craft / Michael Cunningham

January 13, 2012 • 0
Q. What is the craziest thing anyone has ever done to get into your course? A. I wish I had a more colorful story than I do. No one has ever tried to bribe me — I don’t know why, I wish they would. No, people have been consistently very respectful. One of the students »

“Glee” might be a college reality

October 14, 2011 • 0
At some time or another every freshman realizes that you can pretty much tell your new classmates anything, and they will probably believe you. You can tell people you grew up in one of those religious cult communities in the Southwest, with polygamy and matching “Little House on the Prairie” dresses. You can tell people »