Coryna Ogunseitan
Staff Reporter
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Shira Erlichman and Angel Nafis are exquisite poets, gifted performers and everyone’s relationship goals. Fittingly, the couple met at a poetry reading six years ago […]

Liberated education

The first weekend in March, more than 200 Post-Its adorned the white walls of the Loria Center.

Art is Here

On the corner of Chapel Street and High Street, the familiar vacancy that was the entrance to the Yale Center for British Art has been boarded up. The gray plywood anticipates the 14-month renovation, which began last week, and, more importantly, indicates the temporary loss of one of Yale’s most unique artistic spaces.

Republicans propose “more honest” budget

Last week, Republicans in the Connecticut state legislature proposed an alternative budget, which they claim will cut taxes while maintaining basic social service programs.

Days before conference, Anderson talks ethnography

The News sat down with Elijah Anderson to talk about his work, his views on ethnography and Urban Ethnography Project’s conference that runs from April 10 to April 12.

Camargo talks Brazilian culture

At a Tuesday Master’s Tea, Brazilian journalist Zeca Camargo spoke about Brazilian culture and his role as a television personality.

Q&A: Grateful patient programs considered

Yale Law student Julian Prokopetz LAW ’15 is exploring how grateful patient programs fit into the national health care debate.

Chocolat Maya, Yale’s new sweetheart

Two months after its opening, Chocolat Maya is making a name for itself in New Haven’s chocolate and truffle market.