Yale loves YouTube and other things we know

January 14, 2011 • 0
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 • 0
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 • 1
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 • 0
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 »