Haewon Ma
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Over it

Earlier this week, an editorial published in the News questioning the place of athletics on-campus sparked widespread community debate on Overheard at Yale — a […]

Yale alums lead Chinese orchestra initiative

This July, the National Youth Orchestra of China will debut at Carnegie Hall for its Inaugural Summer Concert Tour.

Music Library completes renovations

As part of the larger project for the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library within Sterling Memorial Library celebrated the completion of its own renovations last week.

’Tis Pity takes on feminist themes

“’Tis Pity She’s a Whore,” a production written by John Ford and directed by Jesse Rasmussen DRA ’17, will explore the incestuous relationship between siblings Giovanni and Annabella as they pit themselves against family, society and God in the name of love.

Theaters shine a light

On Thursday at exactly 5:30 p.m. , communities across the nation stood outside their local theaters in support of the Ghostlight Project, a national movement […]

Cultural centers host annual poetry slam

With Black History Month on the horizon, the passage of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and ongoing national conversations about race and identity, Yale’s four cultural centers are also making moves to stand for unity and cultural understanding.

Adams Center for Musical Arts opens

The community for Yale musicians becomes more tangible today, when the Adams Center for Musical Arts opens.

New playwriting chair appointed

Tarell Alvin McCraney DRA ’07 has been appointed the chair of the Department of Playwriting at the School of Drama for a three-year term effective July 1.

Musical tackles themes of revolution

Whether artistic works were created over 100 years ago or just several months prior, they are able to maintain their relevance and address political issues that reemerge throughout time.

Lin to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

From protests last fall to the “sanctuary campus” gathering on Wednesday, the Women’s Table has served as a site for student and community activism on campus. This week, Maya Lin ’81 ARC ’86, the sculpture’s designer, will receive the White House Presidential Medal of Freedom for the cultural and social influence of her work.

Dance groups explore womanhood and culture

This year, Yale Dance Theater will partner with the Urban Bush Women, a Brooklyn-based dance company, to develop an interdisciplinary project focused on the exploration of the self with particular emphasis on narratives of womanhood and people of color.