Not a Display, a Show
The installation, called “Thirst,” has been in the works since early August, when artist Vance Dekker-Vargas ’17 began drawing the first figures.
All My Tears
The Yale Dramatic Association opened its 2014–15 season on Thursday in the darkest of ways — with Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons,” an experimental production that combines elements of classic Greek tragedy with components of modern American theater. The result is a drama that forces its audience to both reflect upon society and question contemporary ideals.
English as a Second Language
I spent my summer in Brazil, learning how terrible I am at speaking Portuguese. When I returned to the US, I discovered that I might also be terrible at speaking English.
Not Your Toad’s Dance Floor
And there lies the brilliance of the Yaledancers — each dance, regardless of whether it is performed on the ground or in the air, or whether it is set to a banal pop tune or a piece of classical music — is performed passionately and with the utmost precision and grace.
Most people today would probably say that perfection is subjective — a simple matter of perception.
Lyndsey Scott: The Runway Coder
While most people find themselves struggling with one career, Lyndsey Scott has managed to take on three. Not only is she an actress, but Scott has also modeled for Calvin Klein, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Victoria’s Secret, among other big-name designers. But Scott is more than just a pretty face. The former Computer Science and Theater double major at Amherst College also designs apps for Apple in her spare time. As a female African American actress, model and tech whiz, Scott has defied stereotypes by achieving success in three different industries. Before her talk at Yale on Saturday, she spoke to WEEKEND about the challenges she’s faced in both the modeling and tech worlds, the apps she’s developed, and her status as a triple threat.