Gamze Kazakoglu
Staff Reporter
Gamze covers music news for the Arts desk and writes for the WKND. She is a sophomore in Pauli Murray majoring in psychology and humanities.
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Yale College Council presidents continue to work for a better Yale

When Bayan Galal ’23 and Zoe Hsu ’24 took office as president and vice president of the Yale College Council on May 1, they inherited […]

Music Haven awarded $5,000 through Adolf Busch Award

On April 5, Music Haven — a tuition-free music institution that provides musical instruments and lessons for students in New Haven — was recognized with $5,000 by the Adolf Busch Award.

Ceschi Ramos and Phat A$tronaut give a concert at The State House

On April 1, New Haven-based artist Ceschi Ramos and a group called Phat A$tronaut performed at The State House.  The State House Stage is a […]

A screenshot of Phat A$tronaut performing on the livestream
The Nu Haven Kapelye releases “Dayenu” for Passover

On March 26, The Nu Haven Kapelye — a year-round klezmer band based in New Haven — released a video cover called “Dayenu” for Passover. […]

A screenshot of the performance playing on YouTube.
“The Deportation Class”: Bringing International First Years Together

When Awuor Onguru ’24, an international first year from Kenya, got an email from Ozan Say — the OISS senior advisor — she added the […]

Beinecke Library hosts ‘presence project’ panel discussion

On March 31, the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library hosted a public panel discussion on the “Yale Book History Presence Project,” a creative and […]

Haven String Quartet presents Solo Spotlight II

Music Haven – a tuition-free music institution that provides musical instruments and lessons for students in New Haven – hosted a virtual concert on March […]

New exhibition ‘Embody’ opens in the Ely Center of Contemporary Art

On March 7, an exhibition called “Embody” curated by Krista Scenna opened to the public in the Ely Center of Contemporary Art in New Haven. […]

Former artist-in-residence of Artspace opens ‘Sueños’

On Feb. 26, Anatar Marmol-Gagne — former artist-in-residence at Artspace New Haven — opened an immersive art exhibit called “Sueños” in a project room at […]

ReDirected Studies program gives its first webinar ‘Ancient Chinese Thought’

On March 3, 30 participants attended a Directed Studies webinar called “Ancient Chinese Thought” hosted by Mick Hunter, an associate professor in the Department of […]

Screenshot of a Moment in the Student Organization World

In a non-pandemic year, first years would be introduced to the wide range of extracurricular clubs and activities offered at Yale through the fall Student […]