The swingin' neophytes take their first steps.

Swinging with my two left feet

November 9, 2012
I recently made the unsavory discovery that I can’t dance. Despite my many attempts to pop-lock-and-drop-it, I have never been quite able to conquer the movement. But, as swing dancing is an entirely different form of physical self-expression from the kind usually displayed at Wednesday night Toad’s, I figured maybe, just maybe, I would finally »
One of many Chaet's masterpiece, currently NOT on display at Green Hall.

A tribute as skillfully done as it is moving

November 2, 2012
Each of us can think back to a teacher that has had a profound, unforgettable influence on our lives. As a freshman, the teachers I can name come from my high school. I know, however, that names of Yale professors will soon earn a place on my list. I also know, thanks to an exhibit »
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, y'all! Factoid: though "Daw" (which means "aunt") is not part of her name, it's an honorific akin to madame.

Questioning the system

October 5, 2012
In the summer of 2009, I visited Burma with my family. I have never been to a place so devout. Stupas and temples dot the countryside, and the red and saffron robes of Buddhist monks and nuns are rarely out of sight. The Burmese people display their devotion in their every action, and their religion »
The UGx3 Exhibit will be on display in Green Hall at 1156 Chapel St. until October 9.

Undergraduate show: meta, real

October 5, 2012
When I first walked into the UGx3 Auvillar, Norfolk and Art Majors Exhibition in Green Hall, I felt as though I was in the room of a 12-year-old girl. Two large posters of Harry Styles and Niall Horan from One Direction, pulled from the pages of the fan magazine Tiger Beat, hung on the walls »