Yanan Wang
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Yalies named finalists in urban design competition

Five Yale graduate students have created a plan for developing downtown Minneapolis that may win them $50,000. Last Thursday, the Urban Land Institute announced the […]

YCBA highlights opulence of Edwardian era

Extravagance abounds in the Yale Center for British Art’s latest major exhibition.

Design studio channels Nike brand

When it comes to corporate partnerships, a class of graduate architecture students is saying “just do it.”

Exhibit envisions art outside of ‘White Cube’

The days of bland gallery spaces may soon be over.

Symposium reflects on Berlin’s architecture

Architects, historians and critics convened in Rudolph Hall this weekend to discuss the political and historical significance of Berlin architecture, past and present.

Mice move into suites, common rooms

When students moved back into their dorms this semester, they quickly became aware that their rooms had been far from deserted during break.

Paleontologist remembered for 30-year tenure

Leo Hickey, remembered by friends, family and colleagues for his breadth of academic interest, died of melanoma Saturday morning. He was 72.

Athenæum supports undergraduate art exploration

As student guides gear up for another semester of tours, a new undergraduate art interest group called The Elihu Athenæum is attempting to carve a space for itself alongside the established programs run by the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art.

Yale Club of New York fights for landmark status

The Yale Club of New York may be the next landmark to line east Midtown’s skyline.

Morse and Stiles honored for renovation

Last Monday, the American Institute of Architects honored Stiles and Morse with an award of excellence, drawing attention to the colleges' modernist architecture.

British Art Center prepares for refurbishment

The Yale Center for British Art is gearing up for the first phase of its 2013 refurbishment project.