Natasha Thondavadi
Influential theater professor passes away

Earle Gister, an influential Yale theater professor who pioneered a new method for training actors, passed away in his sleep Sunday at his New Haven […]

Eli in India

Fort St. George stands at the center of the promenade reining in Marina Beach, a spectacular expanse of sand constituting the Indian coast in downtown […]

‘Sao Paulo’ illustrates student design

A new book published in December highlights the dialogue between architects and developers in the context of Brazil’s booming economy. “Urban Intersections: Sao Paulo” is […]

Arch alum on sustainable building

In October, the National Organization of Minority Architects recognized architecture firm Marshall Moya Design with two of their five annual awards, the Professional Design Excellence […]

Arch trip to Dubai called off

On Monday morning, senior architecture majors were told they would be traveling to Dubai to gather inspiration for water park designs. But after learning Thursday […]

Architecture students no longer headed to Dubai

Looks like Dubai 2K12 is off. In an email sent to students in the “Senior Project Design Studio,” this morning, Tom Zook, one of the […]

Arch majors slide into Dubai

Seniors in the architecture major will have to abandon T-squares and straight edges for their latest project: designing water slides for the Wild Wadi Water […]

Menacing tower seeks facelift

Looming and austere, the 14-story Kline Biology Tower — Yale’s tallest building — rises up from between Sachem and Edwards streets on Science Hill. Those […]

Jewish feminist and historian passes away

Paula Hyman, former chair of the program in Judaic Studies and a renowned feminist and historian, died Dec. 15 after a battle with breast cancer. […]

Prominent feminist, historian passes away

Paula Hyman, a noted feminist and historian and former chair of the of the program in Judaic Studies, passed away Thursday morning after a battle […]

Architecture undergrads design college for elves

School of Architecture Dean Robert Stern ARC ’65 may be designing Yale’s new residential colleges, but undergraduate architecture students have taken the lead in perfecting […]