Alison Greenberg
Franco arrives, Yale swoons

Berkeley College and the Yale Film Society hosted a Master’s Tea in Linsly-Chittenden Hall today with actor, screenwriter, director and professional student James Franco, one […]

British Art Center seeks more undergraduate visitors

The four-story, 59,000 square-foot glass and steel structure on the corner of Chapel and High streets was hardly meant to be invisible. Now — 35 […]

Yale gets a taste of Strawberry Hill

Horace Walpole, the son of Britain’s first prime minister, an 18th-century antiquarian and one of the first British art historians, just moved in on the […]

Fields program lacks applicants

Yale’s Fields Program, which offers interdisciplinary resources for students interested in international careers and studies, has begun reviewing applications for the 2009-’10 academic year. The […]

Cartoonist’s visit causes stir

Four years and a day after cartoons of the prophet Muhammad appeared in a Danish newspaper, Yale’s campus was abuzz with disagreement over those very […]

Cartoonist ‘was provoked’

Defending his controversial cartoons of Muhammad published in 2005, Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard said, “I don’t want to run away in this situation.” “But you […]

‘A Winter’s Tale,’ remixed

Shakespeare has ditched the ruffles for fishnets and studs. This is the reality the cast and crew of “A Winter’s Tale” — the experimental, punk-rock […]

‘Butch Cassidy’ archives come out of hiding

Forty years ago, the world premiere screening of the western “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” starring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross, and Robert Redford, mobbed […]