Matthew Claudel
Symposium explores urban centers and religion

On Jan. 21 and 22, the Yale School of Architecture will co-host its first Symposium of 2011, titled “Middle Ground/Middle East: Religious Sites in Urban […]

Gant returns to New Haven

Look out J. Press and J. Crew. New Haven’s Broadway shopping district will soon have a new place to find blazers, oxford shirts and argyle […]

Gant returns to New Haven

This November, American heritage clothing brand Gant will open a new store at the corner of York and Elm streets, almost 60 years after it […]

Forestry professor warns of chemicals in food

People in today’s world are surrounded by more chemicals than they realize, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies professor John Wargo GRD ’84 said in […]

YUAG features signs as art

Jane Doggett ART ’56 translates the universal language of signage into the universal language of art. An installation of Doggett’s work — a unique blend […]

Symposium looks at postmodernism

Chicken McNuggets and Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” urinal have one thing in common: postmodernism. The Yale School of Architecture, in association with the Yale University Art […]

Interdisciplinary design options are scarce

For Yalies interested in designing tomorrow’s stackable electronic cars and humanoid robots, there is currently no interdisciplinary design program at Yale. Though the art major […]

Oktoberfest promotes fun for all

As children sprinted between an inflatable bounce house and a petting zoo, their parents sipped German beers and chatted with neighbors and friends at New […]

Yale ups its green grade

After three straight years of receiving a B+, Yale improved its mark for its sustainability efforts. In a report released Wednesday, the Sustainable Endowments Institute […]