Nora Wessel
Exhibition tells a narrative of artistic change

The works on display in the latest Yale University Art Gallery exhibition, “Master Drawings,” are most certainly atypical: They were not necessarily intended for museum […]

Pre-show ‘load-in’ protocols unchanged

Two and a half months after a Yale School of Drama student died while unloading a set for an upcoming show at the Yale Repertory […]

University questions LEED rankings

Late last night, the nearly vacant Malone Engineering Center was fully lit. Not surprising, perhaps, for many buildings, except that the Malone Center received a […]

Art schools mix disciplines in Salon showings

The walls of the Green Gallery were adorned with paintings, photographs and graphic media, but it was not a typical art opening. Monday night, the […]

Yale identified as steward of architecture

There were slides of Harvard’s brick-clad buildings, of Stanford’s mission-revival aesthetic, but Yale’s distinctively eclectic campus was physically on display at this weekend’s symposium on […]

The Robotic Chair controls its destiny

The seemingly standard chair collapsed, leaving its parts strewn about the stage. Moments later a whirring sound filled the room as the dismembered object resurrected […]

Drama School snags Pulitzer winner Vogel

Paula Vogel, the Pulitzer Prize-winning director of the playwriting programs at Brown University, will join the Yale School of Drama under a five-year contract as […]

Drama donation to provide four new scholarships

The Yale School of Drama’s efforts to increase financial-aid offerings got a boost last week, when administrators announced they have received a donation that will […]

Stern to serve third term as architecture school dean

Posted Thursday Dec. 13 University President Richard Levin announced Wednesday the reappointment of Yale School of Architecture Dean Robert Stern for his third consecutive five-year […]

Schools of Choice

Every morning, two kinds of students file into New Haven public high schools. One group is spread among the city’s magnet schools, where the first […]

Alumni TV writers on strike find outlet

On Nov. 6, just one day after the Writers Guild of America declared a strike against the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers, writers […]