Veena McCoole
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YCBA debuts film on conservation project

Commemorating the completion of a forward-looking conservation project and plan, a new short film — “Conserving the Yale Center for British Art” — reflects back […]

The Graduates

Concluding last weekend’s Yale Student Film Festival, five senior-thesis films — the work of graduating seniors in the film & media studies major — screened […]

Squarespace VP talks startup growth

In the latest iteration of Startup Grind New Haven’s monthly speaker series, 110 Elm City residents, students and entrepreneurs gathered at Gateway Community College Tuesday evening to hear Andrew Bartholomew ’09, vice president of Squarespace — a website creation tool — discuss his role in strategizing the service’s expansion.

Y Fashion launches new editorial blog

Style enthusiasts gathered on Cross Campus last Thursday to celebrate the launch of Y Fashion House’s new editorial blog.

Barboza discusses international reporting

New York Times journalist David Barboza spoke to roughly a dozen students and faculty Saturday afternoon about his time in China as a foreign reporter and the process of writing his Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation into the family wealth of former Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao.

“Can I Marry Yaledancers?”

Comments overheard from outside the theater after the show include “can I marry Yaledancers?”, “does my body even have a purpose?” and “I’m literally sweating that was so good.” Go see the Yaledancers Spring Show and realize for yourself why your ticket is worth considerably more than $5.

YaleDancers mix genres in Spring Show

At this year’s Spring Show, student company YaleDancers will bring together a variety of disciplines. Held at the Educational Center for the Arts Theater on […]

Danceworks, to the rescue

Danceworks debuts their spring show “Origin Stories” Friday and Saturday at the Educational Center for the Arts on 55 Audubon St. Featuring Danceworks’ usual eclectic mixture of genres and music, the choreography often blurs distinctions between different dance disciplines.

Two-actor play explores infinity, cosmology and bees

“Constellations” — a production exploring the dimensions and possibilities of a relationship — will debut this weekend at the Calhoun Cabaret. Featuring a cast of […]

YEI debuts women’s breakfast series

The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute held its debut Yale Women Innovators breakfast Tuesday morning, as part of a new bimonthly series geared toward providing a supportive space for female entrepreneurs.

YEI draws more female applicants

Undergraduate students and women applied in increasing numbers for this year’s Yale Entrepreneurial Institute summer fellowship, sparking optimism in Yale’s entrepreneurial community that the change signals growing diversity in a typically male-dominated field.