Student author shares new book on Hurricane Maria experience

At an Oct. 15 event at the Yale Bookstore, Salvador Gómez-Colón ’25 spoke about his book “Hurricane: My Story of Resilience,” about his experience living […]

Five Yale alumni acknowledged at the Tony Awards

At this year’s Tony Awards, five Yale Alumni took home an award.  The Tony Awards — which aired on Sept. 26 — have been held annually since […]

Stop Asian Hate: School of Architecture Exhibit Showcases Activism Through Art

Yale Philharmonia gives first in-person concert since pandemic’s start

On Friday, Sep. 24 in Woolsey Hall, Yale Philharmonia gave its first in-person concert since before the COVID-19 pandemic began, with music by Maurice Ravel […]

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Yale alumni and students release film “Studio 210”

Yale alumni Lily Weisberg ’21 and Matt Nadel ’21, along with writer Edie Astley, release short film entitled “Studio 210.”

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New and returning Directed Studies community members reflect on returning to campus

DS students discuss their experiences with online classes and being back to in-person events.

Vox Church holds first-ever church service at the Westville Music Bowl

The 10-year anniversary of the church brings 2,500 attendees together.

Yale Glee Club, YSO, Yale Bands to present Project 14 in support of Black Lives Matter

The project consists of 14 prerecorded pieces, performed by a pool of musicians from the Yale Concert Band, Yale Jazz Ensembles, Yale Precision Marching Band, Yale Glee Club and Yale Symphony Orchestra.

2021 Windham-Campbell Festival to take virtual format, span two months

The annual Windham-Campbell Festival featuring the nine Windham-Campbell Prize recipients will be virtual this year, but will also include unique content and span two months.

Second annual Elm City LIT Fest celebrates art from African Diaspora

The festival featured in-person readings, performances, speaker presentations and panel discussions that were also livestreamed on Facebook.

Yale Drama Coalition prepares for in-person theater with some restrictions

With some capacity limits in place, the Yale theater community is prepared for hybrid casting cycles and smaller crowds.