Zulfiqar Mannan
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Selective sensitivity // by Zulfiqar Mannan

This November, an experimental play will go up at the Underbrook, where a Yalie will be depicted to have committed suicide in his first year. […]

Pitches & Tones join singing council

After six years of flying solo, Pitches & Tones, a coed a cappella group founded in 2011, will join Yale’s 13 other a cappella groups […]

Amid global tensions, YSO tours Russia

The Yale Symphony Orchestra will go on tour this summer for the first time in four years — this time to destinations in Russia, and […]

A cappella groups plan spring concerts

Many of Yale’s a cappella groups are organizing large, capstone concerts.

A cappella groups see spring break travel

A majority of Yale’s a cappella groups spent spring break touring across the country and overseas, putting on a mix of both paid concerts and […]

Students debate coed senior groups

Students opposing and supporting the petition raised concerns about the lack of coed a cappella options.

Goddamn, What’s the Rush?

The most invested conversation I’ve had on a night out in New Haven was outside the fraternity many seem to deem a symbol of everything […]

Presented with Pride

Despite the Dramat’s recent plunge into the manicured opulence of its Fall Mainstage’s shiny wigs and busy dance numbers, “We Are Proud to Present … […]

Activists see significant role in Calhoun renaming

Student activist groups credit the Calhoun renaming decision to years of pressure on the administration for a change.

JoJo, Tory Lanez to headline Spring Fling 2017

The opening performance will feature Canadian hip hop artist Tory Lanez, followed by JoJo, with Deorro closing the festival.

MFA exhibit showcases thesis work

Amid deep-seated fears running amok nationwide of exclusion through difference, the Yale School of Art celebrates an eccentric line of artists and their work in […]