Yale loves YouTube and other things we know

January 14, 2011
Yale has had monumental YouTube successes. From Sam Tsui ’11 to our admissions videos, Yale productions have garnered millions of views. In November, a new Web series was launched; “Backwash,” written by Joshua Malina ’88, could be the next Yalie production to go viral. The Web series claims to be a retelling of a “lost »

Trendsetter, actress, humanitarian

December 3, 2010
The fashion icon, award-winning actress and inspiration behind Emma Watson’s drastic haircut, Mia Farrow paid Yale a visit for a Morse College Master’s tea last Monday. Perhaps best known for her famous role in “Rosemary’s Baby,” Farrow has recently moved her focus from acting to humanitarian efforts. A Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations, an »

‘Doll’s House’ shines with -isms

November 5, 2010
A light, airy voice from somewhere backstage opens the production of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” playing this weekend in Trumbull College’s Nick Chapel. A beautiful, blond high-society woman stumbles onto the stage, clad in a bright red dress, arms filled with gifts for Christmas. Her uneasily optimistic attitude fills the theater and immediately puts »

Artists <3 New Haven

October 29, 2010
In early October, the local gallery ArtSpace kicked off City Wide Open Studios (CWOS) — a month-long contemporary art event in New Haven. The party, one of ArtSpace’s “artSPACE underground” soirees, featured live music and performance art in addition to installations that showcased a variety of mediums. A live band was set up in one »