Nora Wessel
Philharmonia to tour ‘for peace’ at Olympics

As details have emerged in recent weeks about the Yale Philharmonia’s trip to the Beijing Olympic Games this summer, School of Music officials are seeking […]

Yale drops plans for Abu Dhabi

In a surprising pause in its noted internationalization efforts, Yale has scrapped plans to open an arts institute in Abu Dhabi, citing one irreconcilable difference, […]

Extra space a year away for Hendrie

Music students awaiting the renovation of Hendrie Hall, which accommodates several musical organizations, will have to cope with limited space for another year. The renovation […]

In www.onderland, Alice dances her way to virtual self-identity

When Alice follows the White Rabbit down an abyss, it leads her deep into a whimsical world of fantasy. When Yale’s modern dancer falls into […]

Petition fails to close curtain on ‘Full Monty’

The Yale Dramatic Association’s executive board voted Tuesday night to retain “The Full Monty” as the fall 2008 main-stage musical, despite a petition drafted by […]

Drama-school dean directs Wilde play

At the Yale Repertory Theatre premiere of Oscar Wilde’s “A Woman of No Importance” this coming Thursday, the audience will — naturally, perhaps — focus […]

Expansion may relieve rehearsal-space crunch

With an increase of more than 10 percent in students enrolled in Yale College, administrators know that the University will have to add facilities of […]

Exhibit takes viewers to ’20s

Gerald Murphy ’12, a member of the Elizabethan Club, Skull and Bones and the Pundits, held the title “greatest social light, thorough gent and best […]

New Haven: An architect’s hidden mecca

It may be easy to miss, but wedged between News Haven and Ten Thousand Villages on Chapel Street sits a door that leads to a […]

McClure named as new conservator

As the new chief conservator at the Yale University Art Gallery, Ian McClure, who was appointed to the position last month, will foster expansion in […]

Donation to digitize Stalin’s personal archives

History scholars have long sought to understand the logic — or lack thereof — behind the notorious purges of Joseph Stalin’s regime. Now scholars can […]