CCAM kicks off two-day symposium, “Ultra Space”

The symposium examines the relationship between space, design and the human body, according to organizers.

Beckman ’23’s “Passage” soars as Yale’s first original opera premiere in 30 years

The opera, composed by Benjamin Beckman '23, reinterprets the 14th-century Japanese text “Atsumori.”

Yale Student Film Festival returns to in-person programming

The Yale Film Alliance is hosting its seventh annual student film festival this weekend from April 20 to 23.

Yaledancers is “Golden” for their 50th anniversary show

Yale’s oldest dance group returns with a striking show.

Ilia Calderón reflects on career as an Afro-Latina in journalism

On April 11 in Kroon Hall’s Burke Auditorium, Yale Law School professor Claudia Flores and Univision Primetime Anchor Ilia Calderón spoke on “Reclaiming Ancestry and Confronting Race.”

Asian American Collective of Theatermakers debuts “Love Letters”

“Love Letters” is the first production sponsored by the AACT.

Environmental Film Festival discusses climate change through art

The Environmental Film Festival at Yale brought a cast of climate change related films to the big screen and fostered dialogue about the media’s role in addressing the ongoing environmental crisis.

Yale Tango Festival to be held this weekend

The festival will feature beginner lessons, celebrity performances and live music.

Dallas Symphony Performs Negrón and Tchaikovsky at Woolsey Hall

Led by Music Director Fabio Luisi, the acclaimed Dallas Symphony Orchestra performed at Woolsey Hall on Tuesday evening.

NXTHVN Reveals New Exhibition: “Not For Sale”

NXTHVN’s exhibition “Not For Sale” opened on March 4 curated by NXTHVN curatorial fellows Cornelia Stokes and Kiara Cristina Ventura.

Salamishah Tillet discusses cultural criticism and historical healing at Poynter event

Salamishah Tillet spoke to the Yale community on Thursday, February 23rd at the Leitner House in Pierson College.