Annie Radillo
Staff Reporter
Annie Radillo covers museums and visual art. She is a sophomore in Benjamin Franklin College majoring in English.
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New Haven’s Arte Inc celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Arte Inc., a New Haven based non-profit, is finding new and creative ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month amidst the pandemic. Arte Inc.’s mission lies […]

Dramat’s Theatremakers Series supports BIPOC

This fall, the Yale University Dramatic Association initiated its “BIPOC Theatremakers Series” — an open call to theater-related work generated by Yale’s BIPOC community.  The […]

Caroline Ho’s Transcendental Compositions

Caroline Ho’s ’22 music blurs the lines between the 19th century and the 21st, merging atmospheric synth, classical and pop music. Every genre Ho listens […]

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“Zoomies” provide virtual havens for health care workers

A new project by Artspace New Haven gives artists the opportunity to demonstrate their solidarity with health care workers during the COVID-19 crisis. In an […]

New Haven makerspace devotes itself to COVID-19 relief

MakeHaven, an Elm City makerspace, has fully devoted its resources to responding to COVID-19. Within the last few weeks, the non-profit’s large volunteer base has […]

Artspace exhibition molds to socially-distanced present

Artists and galleries across the world have adapted their crafts to the current COVID-19 crisis. New Haven’s Artspace has adapted with an exhibition visible through […]

WYBCx Ante-Fling to bring together musicians

WYBCx’s yearly Ante-Fling will rage at Toad’s Place on Friday, April 10, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. The music festival will feature a collection […]

Pop-up exhibit celebrates Black History Month

To commemorate Black History Month, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscripts Library is featuring a Black History Month pop-up exhibit during the month of February. […]

Hirsch to present book on campus sexual assault

Jennifer S. Hirsch will visit Yale on Thursday to speak about the book she co-authored with fellow Columbia professor Shamus Khan: “Sexual Citizens: A Landmark […]

Walker Caplan writes about “femme bugs” and tragedy alike

For Walker Caplan ’20, writing plays, acting and performing stand-up comedy are all, really, the same thing: surprising the audience and forcing each spectator to […]

Theater Studies launches spring senior project season

As spring semester begins, seniors in the Theater Studies program have begun to stage their final projects, with four shows running in total from early […]