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Drama student snags playwrighting prize

Broadway success may have inched closer for one Yale playwrighting student when he won the first-ever Paula Vogel Playwrighting Award last month. Tarell McCraney DRA […]

Festival assists Eli playwrights

The material is fresh, the production values nonexistent and the feedback swift. From surprise lesbian kisses to elementary-school students with aspirations to puppy-hood, the plots […]

Music prof receives grant

When Department of Music professor Ellen Rosand recently received a letter-sized package over Express Mail, she had no idea it would contain a $1.5 million […]

Musicians seek performance track

Seeking more hours in the practice room instead of the library, many Yale music students are clamoring for the addition of a performance track to […]

Drama School to gain new building

In the literature for the Yale Tomorrow campaign, just half a sentence is allotted to the proposed construction of a new facility for the Yale […]

Music students aid city youth

New Haven public schools are more likely to ring with the sound of music after members of the Class of 1957 provided funding to augment […]

Fellowship to benefit gender studies dept.

Following the recent arrival of several new professors to Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, a new fellowship will allow the program to bring in a […]

Prof. discusses music, thought

When someone hears a door slam, they undergo a series of unconscious thought processes to evaluate the sound. Most people never really stop to ponder […]

School of Music gets top players

While Tom Bergeron MUS ’08, who had worked for three years as a freelance professional trumpet player, had considered getting a master’s degree before, the […]

Women’s XC tops Crimson in H-Y-P

While the women’s cross country team was able to top the Crimson this weekend at the Harvard-Yale-Princeton race, the Tigers proved to be just out […]

Film explores health issues in Middle East

While most of the news today from the Middle East covers ongoing regional conflicts, HIV and drug addiction are rapidly becoming a new kind of […]