Joey Ye
Staff Reporter
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Conservative speaker’s planned costume draws ire

Last October, a debate about cultural appropriation and racial justice — triggered in part by an email about Halloween costumes — stirred controversy across campus. […]

Trailblazing architect dies at 65

Zaha Hadid, a visiting professor at the Yale School of Architecture who was widely credited as the greatest modern female architect, died March 31 of a heart attack while being treated for bronchitis in a Miami hospital. She was 65 years old.

Nakanishi ’71, pioneer in Asian American Studies, dies at 66

Don Nakanishi ’71, founder of Yale’s first Asian American Students Association, died Mar. 21 of cardiorespiratory arrest in Los Angeles. He was 66 years old.

Architecture Ph.D. program launches website

The Yale School of Architecture’s Ph.D. program is now the school’s only academic program with its own dedicated website.

Former Philharmonia conductor dies at 89

Otto-Werner Mueller, former professor of conducting at the Yale School of Music and music director of the Yale Philharmonia from 1973 to 1987, died Feb. 25 of illness at his home in Charlotte, North Carolina. He was 89 years old.

YDC meeting discusses race in Yale theater

A small group of students from the theater community gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Monday night to discuss the future of Yale theater and to address issues of inclusivity and racial diversity.

Yale libraries offer free lending service

As of last month, Connecticut libraries no longer have to pay to borrow books from the University’s collection.

School of Music seminar launches online

“Music and Social Action” is the first massive open online course launched by the School of Music, but it also stands out in other ways.

Norfolk Festival to change leadership

The Norfolk Chamber Music Festival — Yale’s most prominent summertime musical offering — will see its first change of leadership in over a decade at the end of this season.

Humanities program launches three initiatives

While Yale is already known for having one of the best collegiate humanities programs in the country, faculty in the program continue to work toward its improvement.

Scholarships fund Yale affiliates’ degrees

Current students are not the only women in the Yale community looking to pursue a degree.