It’s Safe to Love the ’90s
In October 2013, Yale won’t see another Safety Dance. What’s now vying for the role of nostalgic dance du jour is Branford College’s Crushes and Chaperones. And that event is inevitably bound to reflect on Safety as an older, wiser, better precedent.
Ugly truths in Laramie
Catholic priest Roger Schmit (Skyler Ross ’16) says in his interview, “Just deal with what is true. You know what is true. You need to do your best to say it correct.” In this case, the cast does their job truthfully.
“The Laramie Project” is a conversation that has just begun.
Tickled French Rose Pink
While I don’t understand why the least colorful, poorly lit and most desolate part of an otherwise-aesthetically pleasing library is home to a show on color, the exhibit overcomes its shoddy placement.
Rallying with ‘The Altruists’
Oftentimes we are driven by ideals that we don’t believe in. We all know who we want to be and what we want to stand for, but we might forget why we wanted these things in the first place. “The Altruists” is a confrontation and a parody of this superficial way of living.
“The Colored Museum”: well-curated
“The Colored Museum” is in your face. But what I’m really getting at is the overrepresentation of parts in which the actors dance or scream up and down the aisles in the audience, encouraging it to dance or respond in some way.
H-eezy vs. Y-eezy
Kreayshawn’s lyrics just get the job done efficiently with added rhyme.
Inside the YUAG, VIP-Style
Last Thursday, I walked into the Yale University Art Gallery, put my stuff away in a safe, introduced myself to the fellows of my residential college and, while waiting for the rest of our party to arrive, sort of jumped around in my head out of excitement for what I was about to see.