Neil Katsuyama
Dancer Baryshnikov spins tale of life, work at TD talk

World-famous dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov has already made immense contributions to culture, but he still wants to forge ahead and do more, starting with building a […]

Douglas speaks on structure of stories

From the epic poetry of Homer’s “Iliad” to hymns of Zarathrustra, compositions from cultures worldwide share a common structural pattern, according to anthropologist Mary Douglas. […]

‘Starting Over’ hopefuls come to casting call

The people who brought you “The Real World” have created a new NBC series, “Starting Over,” which sends six women to Chicago to live together […]

N. Korean defector shares his journey

When Yale Divinity School Professor Kim Hyun Sik was 15-years-old and living in North Korea, he listened closely to his dying mother’s last wish — […]

Sierra Leonean official visits city

In honor of Sengbe Pieh, a Sierra Leonean who led the Amistad revolt, Solomon Berewa, Vice President of Sierra Leone, paid a visit to Pieh’s […]

UCS brings office hours to colleges

For students looking for job advice without the trek to Whitney Avenue, a new peer advising program in three colleges may be the answer. In […]

Rally held for Falun awareness

Hoping to raise awareness about persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China, a small group gathered in front of City Hall on Saturday, drawing a […]