Zeynep Pamuk
Rise in applicants at Art and Drama schools

The economic climate also led to a rise in the number of applicants at the Yale School of Drama and the School of Art. The […]

Few accepted to architecture school

As the grim economic situation drives job markets to a standstill, more architects are applying to professional schools but few are receiving acceptance letters. Applications […]

Arthur Miller production puts a spin on an old classic

The archetypal traveling salesman from Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” Willy Loman, will appear on the stage of the Yale Repertory Theatre for the […]

Children discover art at YUAG

It took a 4-year-old to see what distinguished art critics of the 20th century have failed to notice: a rocket ship, a television, a sunset, […]

Q&A | Wright: a legend

“Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose honest arrogance and have seen no occasion to change,” the […]

Q&A | Swazi artist uses theater to fight AIDS

Artist and activist Nicholas Bhekifa Mamba, president of the Association of Swazi Theatre Groups, uses theater to create awareness in AIDS-ridden Swazi communities. In his […]

Long Wharf postpones move

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The economic downturn that has halted architecture and construction projects across the nation […]

Gallery forms Indo-Pacific dept.

A wood and shell ancestral statue from Indonesia, a solid gold Buddha statue from Java and a ceremonial cloth from Sulawesi will soon be on […]

Students split on production company

When producer Bruce Cohen ’83, who won an Academy Award for “American Beauty” and a nomination for “Milk,” decided to pursue his passion for film […]

Yale’s aspiring architects face a job shortage

Once upon a time, a lucrative 60-hour per-week office job at a respectable New York or Boston architecture firm was the natural step for an […]

At Rudolph’s old house, frat puts function over form

A 1960s Vogue magazine photo shoot of a cocktail party in Paul Rudolph’s former New Haven house depicts women wearing pearls and men in tuxedos […]