Haewon Ma
Staff Reporter
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Roshni highlights South Asian culture

Variations of Bollywood, hip-hop and classical Indian tunes filled Woolsey Hall last Friday during the South Asian Society’s annual Roshni showcase, which featured 11 acts.

“Queering” spaces at Yale

On Friday, “Queering Space” held its closing reception in the Green Hall gallery at the Yale School of Art. The show is the first exhibit at Yale to focus entirely on queer culture, raising questions about queerness within the Yale School of Art and beyond.

Exhibit merges art and social justice

On Sunday, the Yale Humanist Community sponsored “Art as Social Justice,” an exhibit and panel discussion featuring seven Connecticut-based artists. The exhibit, which is on display in Silliman College’s Maya’s Room until early November, highlights the role of art as a tool for social activism and building movements.

“Divided Families” promotes North Korean rights

On Monday, Yale for North Korean Human Rights (ThINK) screened the 2014 film “Divided Families,” a documentary about Korean-Americans separated from their families shortly after […]

Suburbia, Utopia

Even before she came to the U.S., my mom knew about Norman Rockwell. Observing a newly opened Rockwell exhibit somewhere in the heart of Seoul, […]