Allegra Krasznekewicz
Critics recognize Yale dancers

The World Performance Project at Yale won worldwide recognition last week for two of its avant-garde performances. The dance pieces, which were funded by the […]

School of Art holds Haiti auction

A colorful clown made of fur, poster board, pins, sequins and nail polish and an etching depicting the best-selling writer Jonathan Safran Foer are just […]

Conference to celebrate Futurism centennial

“We intend to exalt aggressive action, a feverish insomnia, the racer’s stride, the mortal leap, the punch and the slap,” proclaimed Filippo Marinetti in his […]

Steinberg pushes collective action

International law is crucial to confronting the challenges of a globalized world, such as climate change, terrorism and the recession, said Deputy Secretary of State […]

Concert series’ opening debuts student works

Jordan Kuspa MUS ’10 found inspiration for the title of his new composition in a second-grade science project. He demonstrated on-stage at the premier in […]

Slam poet shares stories

“People always say words are powerful, and it sounds so cliché,” Shihan said to a crowd of approximately 100 people in the Afro-American Cultural Center […]

Water disrupts frogs’ development

There’s something in Connecticut’s water — and Yale ecology professor David Skelly is in the process of investigating it. Thanks to a $30,000 grant from […]

New imaging technique illuminates memory, aging

Scientists have a new way to read minds — in color and real-time. A recent Yale University study published in the September issue of the […]