Carrie Zhou
Staff Reporter
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Music school student publishes novel

Coco Ma MUS ’21, a piano student at the Yale School of Music, published a young adult novel on Tuesday titled “Shadow Frost,” which will […]

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Dramat stages first Fall Ex “Sweat”

The Yale Dramatic Association on Thursday staged “Sweat,” the first Fall Ex of the semester, in the Yale Repertory Theatre. “Sweat” is a 2015 play […]

Victoria Nolan to leave Yale in 2020

Victoria Nolan — deputy dean of the School of Drama, managing director of Yale Repertory Theatre and professor in the Practice of Theater Management — […]

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Yale hosts Windham-Campbell Festival

At Yale’s seventh annual Windham-Campbell Literary Festival last week, the University held a series of discussions and readings featuring the eight recipients of this year’s […]

“Ceremonial Dress from Southwest China” on display in YUAG

A collection of ceremonial clothing from communities in southwestern China is on view in the Yale University Art Gallery until Jan. 5, 2020. The exhibition, […]

Film screenings to commemorate coeducation at Yale

The Yale Film Study Center’s free public screening series “Treasures from the Yale Film Archive” will highlight films by female directors in its monthly screenings […]

Film Alliance to hold welcome event

The Yale Film Alliance will hold a welcome event for all students interested in film at Yale on Wednesday evening. Through the event, attendees will […]

Students read original poetry at the Beinecke

On Tuesday afternoon, eight student poets gathered in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library to read their work before an audience of roughly 100 […]

Neuroscience prof receives CT Medal of Science

On April 11, the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering announced that Yale School of Medicine professor Pasko Rakic has been selected as the 2019 […]

Allison Williams ’10 talks improv, career

At a Silliman College Tea on Tuesday, actress, comedian and singer Allison Williams ’10 discussed the trajectory of her life — from growing up with […]

Redoubt at the YUAG

“Nature had used her talent to imitate art.” (Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.157–8) On the fourth floor of the Yale University Art Gallery, its newest exhibition reinterprets […]