Cody Skinner
Staff Reporter
Cody Skinner covers art exhibitions, performances, and fashion. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, he is a first-year in Franklin College majoring in computer science.
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Spring Fling 2024 showcases rising student talent and mainstream acts

A celebration of spring and student camaraderie, the highly anticipated music festival included a line-up of student acts, Seldom Street, Strictly Platonic and VNA, and headliners such as Coco & Breezy, Dayglow and Swae Lee.

Meet Olivia Cleary, the woman reshaping ‘luxury’

Olivia Cleary spoke to the News about her vision of luxury products and her brand’s journey as she looks to expand its reach with Yale merch.

‘Vivienne Westwood of New Haven’ debuts runway show

Local independent artist and designer Eiress Hammond, known by the nickname MINI, showcased new knitwear during a fashion show on Feb. 24.

Whiffenpoofs and Whim ’n Rhythm tap 2025 classes, Whiffenpoofs announce new album

The two all-senior a cappella groups announced their new taps this week.

‘Afterparty’ puts Yale’s cabaret scene in the spotlight

Yale Artists Cabaret’s ‘Afterparty’ brings together student performers from all artistic backgrounds.

Outfit advice from menswear’s ‘It-Girl,’ @Dieworkwear

Derek Guy, also known as @Dieworkwear on Twitter, spoke about clothing on college campuses and the Ivy League’s fashion history.

MFA’s showcase 2024 painting and printmaking theses

The Yale Painting/Printmaking MFA theses were showcased in an exhibit titled, “And the forms which linger / humming in our ears.”

Multidisciplinary artist and musician Lonnie Holley improvises a thought-provoking set with Mourning [A] BLKStar.

Lonnie Holley and Mourning [A] BLKStar perform in the Whitney Humanities Center for the CCAM Sound Art Series

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’: a mix of comedy and the macabre

The Yale Drama Coalition delivered jokes and fright in their performance of ‘Arsenic and Old Lace.’

Fact in the fiction: Teatro de Yale performs ‘21 Chump Street’

Yale’s performance of Lin Manuel Miranda’s ‘21 Chump Street’ tackled inequality of policing in America in the 15-minute musical format.

REVIEW: Sketch comedy shows so good they’ll make you forget about midterms

A News columnist reviewed Fifth Humour and Red Hot Poker as they invited new members to their stages.