Maia Decker
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Schwarzman Center and Yale’s HAPPY initiative host screening of ‘Welcome to Chechnya’

On March 17, the Schwarzman Center opened its screening of an award-winning film called “Welcome to Chechnya.”  “Welcome to Chechnya” is a documentary by filmmaker […]

WORD and YUJC Collaborate in Virtual Audio-Visual Event

On March 5, Yale’s oldest spoken word group, WORD, and the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective, held a crossover event. The show, which featured jazz music […]

Baylina Pu double-exposed against an image of the moon;
Office of LGBTQ Resources welcomes transfeminine influencers to discuss modeling, TikTok and more

On March 5, the Office of LBGTQ Resources hosted a panel discussion on transfemininity in social media. The office welcomed Black transgender social activist and […]

A photo of Montoya and Zyrie
ARTIST PROFILE: Composer Julián Fueyo MUS ’23 receives national recognition for ‘The Eleventh Heaven’

Composer Julián Fueyo MUS ’23 is intent on understanding modernity through ancient concepts. Following the premiere of Fueyo’s piece “El Onceavo Cielo,” or “The Eleventh […]

On Cooking, Loving and Learning to Live

My new apartment has a small kitchen with a large window. Being in the heart of a mountain town in Montana, one can imagine the […]

Yale Africa Film Festival to highlight films from the African continent and its diaspora

On Feb. 19, The Council on African Studies will host its third annual Yale Africa Film Festival. The festival’s films offer a wide range of […]

Panelists examine the art of storytelling in Schwarzman Center event

On Monday, Feb. 8, Thomas Allen Harris, senior lecturer in African American Studies and Film & Media Studies, led a conversation with Ken Burns, his […]

YCBA student curators explore female artistic representation in new exhibit

A new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art called Art in Focus: Women From the Center pulls female artists to the art world’s […]

Yale students work with Smithsonian to increase exhibit accessibility

When in-person internships were canceled last summer, six Yale undergraduates — Alice Huang ’22, Josh Vogel ’22, Michelle Tong ’21, Melanie King ’23, Sebastian Bruno […]

Sebastian Chang ’23 explores cultural differences, new voices and his own ‘weird contradictions’ in new album

During a time of disconnect, Sebastian Chang ’23 is using his music to explore cultural differences and experiences that transcend into a sense of shared […]

Experts discuss COVID-19 impacts on global economic order at Jackson, YLS event

On Thursday, the Jackson School and the Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges hosted a talk on COVID-19 and its impacts on the global […]