Since Labor Day, New Haven has been experiencing temperatures consistently above 90 degrees, which students say has made unairconditioned dorm living unbearable.elena
September 8, 2023
On Monday morning, local runners seized Labor Day as an opportunity to race and raise funds for local charities in the 46th annual New Haven Road Race.
September 5, 2023
On April 27, The Likoni Library Project, spearheaded by Yale alum Nadja Umlauf and fellow English Fullbright Scholars, will be hosting a book packaging event for Mombasa youth at the Afro-American Cultural Center.
April 26, 2023
October Project members Marina Belica and Julie Flanders, both members of the Yale College class of 1981, have been recognized by the Recording Academy for their Worldwide Choir of Return to Me.
November 16, 2022
The Yale Tango Club, founded in 2003, offers students the chance to learn a new way of movement, connect with new people and travel to social dances across the Northeast.
November 15, 2022
Jacob Basri DRA ʼ23, is encouraging people to examine their pasts as he directs a rendition of Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts” using a translation by Yale professor of dramaturgy Paul Walsh.
October 18, 2022
This episode of Attune features three poems and a short story. The first poem is titled “Bunny Burrow.” It was written by Du Nghiem […]
A local nonprofit has been offering workshops for a breadth of ages and skill levels at local galleries, libraries, dance studios and parks on the city’s west side.
October 4, 2022
Students in the first year seminar, “Latinx Activism in the United States,” collaborated with ER&M faculty to raise $1,710 for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
October 2, 2022
After 23 years as the Westminster Abbey choir director, organist James O'Donnell will arrive in New Haven to teach at the School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music.
September 27, 2022