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Identity under surveillance

A girl walks across a stage in dim lighting, pauses a moment, then walks offstage. There is silence. Then the stage lights turn on. Craig, […]

“La La Land” and the Limits of Nostalgia

This coming Sunday, NBC will air the 89th annual Academy Awards, a celebration of the finest films of the past year. This year, the Academy of Motion Picture of Arts and Sciences appears poised to award the night’s highest honor, Best Picture, to Damien Chazelle’s modern original musical “La La Land.”

Bulldogs in the White House: Yalies in the Trump Administration

Prayer, Puppetry, and Politics: The World of Malay Performance Art

The exhibit features traditional puppets, attire and instruments from the Malay performance art and tracks the evolution of this art form and its cultural significance, especially in the face of growing opposition from fundamental Islamic governments.

I’d tap that

As crazy as it may sound, I sometimes have an itching suspicion that I was born in the wrong time.

A Picture of America

“What does it mean to change the visual narrative of a country?”

Yale anticipates its 10th straight win

But in all seriousness, while you are drinking away your game-related sorrows with contraband beer or chaotically switching tickets to sit with your friends in row 7,000 of the student section, remember: Yale can come back. Maybe with enough school spirit and knitted college sweaters, we can return to our former football glory. But until then, we’re simply all about that bass. And tenor. And alto. And soprano. Oh, and baritone, too.

Student groups active in 2016 election

Student organizations have played a major role in nurturing political involvement and awareness among fellow Yalies in the lead-up to this year’s election.

Wooster Square plans for the future

Representatives from Utile Architecture & Planning pitched to Wooster Square residents their vision of a new and reinvigorated corridor between the neighborhood and downtown New Haven.