With Yale College’s upcoming expansion to accommodate 800 more students over the next four years, there will be an increased demand for graduate teaching fellows for undergraduate courses.
October 4, 2016
Last Friday, a mixed crowd squeezed through the doorway of the University Theatre. Students and professors, young and old, settled into their seats in the hot theater to the rhythm of the jazz band assembled in front of center stage, where an anonymous woman, seated at a desk with a typewriter, kept her back to the crowd. As the band’s final song slowly faded to silence, so did the lights and the anxious pre-performance chatter. For all its differences, the crowd now united in a singular task, interpreting and assimilating what was to unfold before us: “Grace Notes: Reflections For Now,” a mixed-media performance created by the woman on stage, photographer Carrie Mae Weems.
September 16, 2016
The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library reopened Tuesday after a year of renovations, a celebration for students, tourists and librarians alike.
September 7, 2016
Are the elite fundamentally different from other Americans, or do they simply have more money?
September 29, 2015