Liana Van Nostrand
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Connecticut officials doubt Trump voter fraud claims

Connecticut officials are confident that voter fraud at the scale President Donald Trump suggested last month did not occur during the presidential election. Connecticut Secretary […]

Yale professors pilot language program for city youth

Four New Haven children, ages 5 to 7, sat around a crayon-covered table in the main branch of the New Haven Free Public Library Tuesday learning Arabic.

Clinton speechwriter reflects on campaign strategy

Former Director of Speechwriting for Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 Dan Schwerin spoke at the inaugural event of the Policy Lab at the Institution for Social and Policy Studies.

Center for Teaching and Learning to host grand opening

The sunlit, spacious new Center for Teaching and Learning will host its grand opening this afternoon, after two and a half years of preparation.

Diane Nash delivers MLK keynote speech

Diane Nash, who served as one of the key strategists for the 1960 Nashville sit-ins, delivered this year’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture.

Yale Rep celebrates 50 years, in photos

In the past three weeks, photography exhibitions in New Haven and New York City opened to celebrate the Yale Repertory Theatre’s 50th season.

Pauli Murray home deemed national landmark

The Pauli Murray Family Home in Durham, North Carolina, which Pauline Murray LAW ’65 called a testament to her grandfather’s “courage and tenacity,” became a National Historic Landmark on Jan. 11.

New Haven library hosts first collage workshop

The New Haven Free Public Library held the first in a series of collage workshops on Wednesday night as part of “Celebrate New Haven: A Collaborative City-Wide Photo Collage.”

Yale Cabaret celebrates black joy

Though Tarell Alvin McCraney DRA ’07 will not assume his new position as chairman of the playwriting department of the Yale School of Drama until July, he has already made an impact on campus.

Rise of the Rhinceros

At first it’s only a single rhinoceros. Then two. Then three.

“Amadeus” combines text and movement

A man, envious of his rival’s genius, explains to an audience why he killed his enemy. It’s not “Hamilton.” It’s “Amadeus,” a theater studies senior project in directing for Irina Gavrilova ’17 and movement design for Alex Cadena ’17.