Gayatri Sabharwal
Staff Reporter
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SABHARWAL: Life on High Street

I live in a two-story house on High Street, right next to the Yale Center for British Art. Like many other juniors, I packed up […]

Recruited: the finance industry’s pitch to athletes

With the onset of the fall semester recruiting season for investment banking and finance, students scurried in heels and suits to the Study and the […]

Welcome to Yale, your American Dream?

A day before shopping period, Aaryaman Scindia ’19, a freshman from New Delhi, India, and many of his international friends flocked to their respective Freshman Counselors’ rooms to sort out their doubts — they asked about credits, shopping period and distributional requirements.

With Stern prepared to depart, School of Architecture looks to future

When Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen joined the Yale School of Architecture as a critic in 1994 under the deanship of Fred Koetter, her surroundings barely resembled what the school’s community and culture are today.

Families travel far for 314th Commencement

For four years, Yale and New Haven have played an integral part in the lives of not just members of the Class of 2015, but also their families.

Concert highlights contemporary Argentine music

Last night, a group of musicians brought a slice of South America to New Haven with a set of works by Argentina’s most celebrated composers from the last century.

DPops celebrates 10th anniversary

On Saturday night, the Davenport Pops Orchestra took the stage to wish itself a happy birthday.

Mozart classic to be performed for third time in past year

The Yale community seems never to grow tired of Mozart’s most famous love story.

Concerto Competition crowns junior

Emerging from a crowded field of competitors, one junior took the top spot at this year's William Waite Concerto Competition.

Yale Press grant seen as shift in arts publishing

For arts and architecture scholars at Yale, a new electronic library project signals a shift toward a more digitized publishing industry.

Philharmonia celebrates French impressionism, Catalan music

For its upcoming concert, the Yale Philharmonia will take a New Haven audience to Western Europe as it prepares to play some of the most iconic works in the history of French and Spanish music.