Esther Zuckerman
Bellinger to direct digitizing office

The University has taken a step toward organized digitization of its collections with the creation of a new Provost’s Office position. Meg Bellinger, the associate […]

Wright legacy celebrated

The summer before starting graduate school at Yale, Calhoun College Master Jonathan Holloway read Richard Wright’s “Native Son.” After he arrived on campus, he visited […]

Around New Haven: City to ask state for funds for schools

The city is going to ask for $35 million from the state to complete their School Construction Project, the New Haven Register reported Thursday. School […]

School, or canvas?

To design some of the windows for the new Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School on College Street, architect Cesar Pelli ARC ’78 took pictures […]

Doubletake | For Coop school, just another $1M

The new Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School construction project costs $69 million — right? Although city records currently list the overall cost of the […]

Salovey raises the roof with ‘Professors’

The Professors of Bluegrass are a motley crew, but they have no relation to the heavy-metal band. Their name not withstanding, only two of the […]

Yale in top 75 green schools

Yale’s sustainability initiatives received national recognition once again this week when KIWI Magazine named the University one of the top 75 sustainable schools in the […]

At YUAG, a Starry Night

For weeks, Barbara Golden and Deborah Oswalt tried to see two of Vincent van Gogh’s most famous paintings, which were on display at the Yale […]