Adam McKay wrote the script for his upcoming film “Don’t Look Up” in a pre-pandemic world. Today, nearly two years into the pandemic, his movie […]
December 10, 2021
In his new book, Mike Errico ’89 details the secrets to songwriting success with interviews from professionals, his own unique advice and wisdom from poets and authors.
November 1, 2021
From Bessie Smith to Béyonce, Black feminine sound has significantly contributed to the foundation of American music. According to Daphne Brooks — an award-winning author […]
October 7, 2021
DS students discuss their experiences with online classes and being back to in-person events.
September 21, 2021
As Yale’s social distancing guidelines allow for limited in-person auditions and rehearsals, dance groups and new performers comment on the year to come.
September 14, 2021
Often unrestricted by the conventions of traditional writing, poetry is an organic representation of human experiences, emotions and ideas. At Yale, many students use social media to either read poetry, or post works of their own.
May 7, 2021
After over 30 months of renovation, the Humanities Quadrangle — formerly known as the Hall of Graduate Studies — is completed and open to department staff, faculty and graduate students.
May 4, 2021
On April 9, personal creative projects from Yale students were showcased in this year’s All-Nighter Music and Arts Festival — an event featuring performances by […]
April 21, 2021
Toward the end of February, David Stanley ’23 stayed up late every night to work on his most recent project: “Save Myanmar,” a short video […]
April 14, 2021
“How would a transgender student experience Hogwarts?” Logan Ellis DRA ’20 and his friends asked themselves this question when assembling a Lego Harry Potter set […]
April 5, 2021
On March 11, the Yale Younger Poets Prize — the oldest annual literary award in the United States — was awarded to Robert Wood Lynn. […]
March 23, 2021