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Slifka Center founder dies

Alan Slifka ’51, founder of Yale’s Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life, died Friday at his home in Los Angeles, Calif. He was 81. Slifka, […]

Tony award-winning Andy Sandberg ’06 talks theater

Andy Sandberg ’06 has been all over New York’s theater scene in the past few years, working as a director, writer, actor and producer. In […]

Clay talks fashion and Kanye with fellow Yalie

Imma let you finish Yale. Cassius Clay, Yale’s very own connection to Kanye West, misses us, according to a recent article. Fellow Yalie Sofia Cavallo […]

Quidditch for Muggles

Ever since I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at the age of six, I’ve dreamed of zooming around on a broom in front […]

W. CREW | Ritzel, Redman row for gold

Two alumni of the Yale women’s crew team may be destined for the 2012 Olympics. In early November, Jamie Redman ’08 and Taylor Ritzel ’10 […]

Elis find housing in Cambridge

Despite the fabled Yale-Harvard rivalry, most Elis plan to sleep behind enemy lines this Friday night. Harvard will play host to many of the Yalies […]

ASA buses booked for the Game

Yale has organized transportation to Cambridge for students — less than two weeks before The Game. Associated Student Agencies (ASA) put up a link on […]

Cake Boss makes the city sweeter

New Haven was a little sweeter than usual this weekend. Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro — owner of Carlo’s Bakery in Hoboken, N.J. and star of […]

Awards honor local arts

Fringe arts may just be getting the attention they deserve in New Haven. The Arts Council of Greater New Haven announced Monday that it will […]

Italian drama star arrives

The first scene of film opens with a church, then a handful of people appear under the tall vaulted ceilings to sing, dance and roll […]

SOUND HALL debuts “radical” art form

A series of snapshots are matched with voiceovers from randomly selected audience members. This strange concept is the outline of a film produced by Ian […]