Bryan Ventura
Contributing Reporter
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Latino and Iberian Film Festival to begin next week

The festival will showcase a variety of filmmakers from all over the Latin American and Iberian regions.

CCAM kicks off two-day symposium, “Ultra Space”

The symposium examines the relationship between space, design and the human body, according to organizers.

“Not your grandmother’s quilting:” City Gallery opens textile exhibition

Running throughout February, New Haven’s City Gallery opened a new textile exhibit featuring two Connecticut-based artists.

Yale Glee Club, YSO, Yale Bands to present Project 14 in support of Black Lives Matter

The project consists of 14 prerecorded pieces, performed by a pool of musicians from the Yale Concert Band, Yale Jazz Ensembles, Yale Precision Marching Band, Yale Glee Club and Yale Symphony Orchestra.

Residential colleges operated differently amid pandemic

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Yale’s 14 residential colleges made many changes in their dining hall and facilities operations to abide with Centers for Disease […]

Beinecke Library finds online success in a largely remote school year

Despite a difficult transition to online operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library attracted more viewers to its online academic […]

The Neo Collective uplifts Black artists in showcase ‘Re;memory: Framing the Imaginary’

On Feb. 19, the Neo Collective — a space for Black visual artists, musicians and writers to share their art — hosted its virtual showcase, […]

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Farago discusses global art criticism at this year’s YCBA Norma Lytton Lecture

On Feb. 10, New York Times Art Critic Jason Farago ’05 delivered this year’s annual Norma Lytton Lecture hosted by the Yale Center for British […]

Sterling Library’s annual ‘The Kings at Yale’ exhibit goes virtual due to pandemic

Every year, Sterling Memorial Library presents “The Kings at Yale,” an exhibition honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King on a banner in […]

Amid pandemic, residents keep expectations for Halloween low

As many have long expected, a Halloween in New Haven will look different in a year where the pandemic has put a stop to many […]

Saybrook College to display portrait of Yale College’s first Black student Edward Bouchet

Saybrook College’s dining hall — currently lined with portraits of former Heads of College, Deans and a selection of prominent white people — will feature […]