Eren Kafadar
Staff Reporter
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A Show To Remember

In these fast-paced world we are almost always in a time crunch, rushed and stressed out. Multi-faceted entertainment is necessary — a theatrical spork that […]

Listening In

As a newly established community, Petrovic describes Herald Audio as a place where one can come to learn and experiment, regardless of previous exposure to radio journalism. It is easier to get started than one might think: most of the original productions are recorded on iPhones and edited on free software.

A Show without a Name

The Yale University Art Gallery is the first place that comes to mind if one is looking for an artful excursion on campus. But if the constant gaze of the security guards, however friendly, and the somewhat overwhelming feeling of the museum experience is not your thing, you should walk a few more blocks up Chapel and descend into the world of the Green Gallery at the Yale School of Art.

“Imogen” Says Something

If there were a Doomsday Clock that followed Imogen of Quare, it would be closer to midnight than the one following us humans.

Courtesy of Joan Marcus
Dance and Shout: Let It All Out

“Danceworks: Straight Fire” is not about dancing competitively and being on point every second.

Spoken just like an ENFP Tauras

Imagine a suite of a Sag, a Taurus, a Cancer, an Aquarius, a Libra, another Libra and a Capricorn.

Private Indecency

F*cking Decent is a chimera of a play: The head a borderline neurotic woman talking of her long-dead mother, the body a cynical, depressed man waiting for a miracle from God.

Language journalist discusses linguistics

Ben Zimmer ’92, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal and recipient of the Linguistic Society of America’s first Linguistics Journalism award, returned to Davenport College — his residential college — to discuss his unique career as a language journalist.

The Many Deaths of Lord Nelson

Exiting the elevator on the second floor of the Yale Center for British Art, one is confronted with a triptych containing a three-dimensional reconstruction of […]

Courtesy of James Cohan
Colored Museum tackles black stereotypes

“The Colored Museum,” the Yale Dramatic Association’s second production of the fall season, opens Thursday in the Iseman Theater. The experimental play by American playwright […]

KAFADAR: The color of our skin

Back home, skin color was just a physical characteristic; in college, it will become a part of our identities.