Carrie Zhou
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Students reproduce Oedipus

Students will retell the ancient story of Oedipus this weekend in a workshop production based on Ellen McLaughlin’s 2005 adaptation. “Oedipus Rex” is a Greek […]

Student playwrights to showcase original works

The annual Yale Playwrights Festival will feature five student-written plays this Friday and Saturday. Founded in 2003 by theater studies professor Toni Dorfman and Laura […]

The Yale Review celebrates 200th anniversary

Months after its 200th anniversary last summer, the Yale Review will celebrate its history this Wednesday to Friday with a literary festival featuring talks, discussions […]

Students to perform “Proof” in Underbrook

A student production this weekend will tell a story of math and mental illness in the Saybrook Underbrook. “Proof,” written in 2000 by American playwright […]

Students revive philosophy journal

Students revived the philosophy journal “Light and Truth” last semester to “promote alternative viewpoints on Yale’s campus” through “thoughtful and rigorous essays, articles, and other […]

Tochi Onyebuchi ’09 publishes sci-fi novel

Tochi Onyebuchi ’09, author of three young adult fantasy novels, published his adult fiction debut, “Riot Baby” on Tuesday. The book traverses American history from […]

Courtesy of Tochi Onyebuchi
Data project unlocks Yale theater history

More than 100 years of Yale theater history will soon be digitally accessible through Ensemble@Yale, a data project that aims to create a searchable database […]

Yale’s all-night music fest revived at Murray

From 8 p.m. Friday to 8 a.m. the next morning, the All Nighter Music and Arts Festival will keep students awake in Pauli Murray College’s […]

Heritage Theater Ensemble to present “Black Futurity”

The Heritage Theater Ensemble will perform a collection of student-devised works titled “Black Futurity” in the Saybrook Underbrook at 8 p.m. this Friday. While the […]

Yale Children’s Theater stages puppet musical

This weekend, Yale Children’s Theater will stage an original puppet musical written and directed by Alec Zbornak ’21, with music by Charles Romano ’19 and […]

Courtesy of Alec Zbornak
Susan Choi wins National Book Award

English lecturer Susan Choi ’90 attended the 70th annual National Book Awards Ceremony in New York City on Wednesday night and left with the 2019 […]