Carrie Zhou
Staff Reporter
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While many festivals transition online, Windham-Campbell transitions to print

Because the COVID-19 pandemic rendered this year’s in-person Windham-Campbell Festival impossible, organizers are exploring new ways to celebrate the prize winners. Every September for the […]

Artist Profile: Singer-Songwriter Sofía Campoamor ’20

For her senior project in music, Sofía Campoamor ’20 has been creating an album of original songs about themes of distance, change and love. During […]

Translating, teaching and reading Camus’ “The Plague” during Covid-19

A mysterious illness appears out of nowhere. Case counts rise exponentially, as authorities attempt to downplay the severity of the disease. Transportation is cut off, […]

Artist Profile: Madi Cupp-Enyard ’20

While socially distanced, Madi Cupp-Enyard ’20 is staying connected through art.  As music director of the all-senior female a cappella group Whim ‘n Rhythm, she […]

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Film Study Center screens films by Willie Ruff ’53 MUS ’54

Jazz musician, filmmaker and longtime Yalie Willie Ruff ’53 MUS ’54 returned to campus on Wednesday for the screenings of three short films he made […]

Students play original music in planetarium

Under the domed ceiling of the Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium, eight musicians came together last Saturday to perform the “Double Quartet” composed by Gabriel […]

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Green Day songs come to life in musical

This weekend, students will perform rock classics like “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” and “Wake Me Up When September Ends” in a reimagined production of “American […]

Exhibition surveys historical trauma through art

The student group Stand with “Comfort Women” (STAND) will host an opening reception in Maya’s Gallery on Thursday for an exhibition in Silliman College called […]

In “Lost Girl,” first years leave Neverland

In the Yale Dramatic Association’s annual FroShow, first years will retell the classic story of Peter Pan from Wendy’s perspective. “Lost Girl,” written by Kimberly […]

Artist Profile: Emery Kerekes ’21

This weekend, three musical groups with a common member — Emery Kerekes ’21 — will stage performances across campus. From Thursday to Saturday, the Opera […]

Students play “Turquoise” in Off-Broadway Theater

This Valentine’s weekend, a student production of “Turquoise” — a play written by Yale theater studies professor Deborah Margolin — will tell stories of love […]