Yale Tango Club brings together community, embrace, and elegance

The Yale Tango Club, founded in 2003, offers students the chance to learn a new way of movement, connect with new people and travel to social dances across the Northeast.

Latino & Iberian Film Festival at Yale welcomes twenty directors from ten countries

The hybrid festival will conclude on Nov. 13. One film featured grapples with a Holocaust survivor’s trauma and the inherited legacies of the grandson of a Nazi.

Barbara Earl Thomas contextualizes Grace Hopper’s new windows in talk on campus

Barbara Earl Thomas returns to New Haven to discuss her recent commission with Painter and Printmaker Christopher Paul Jordan, ART ’23

Trumbull Hosts tea with dancers

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Emily Coates and Brian Seibert – two faculty members from Yale College Theater and Performance Studies – hosted a Trumbull College […]

CORTEX Magazine establishes campus presence with community events

A new Yale extracurricular is bringing an installation, speakers and a magazine to campus.

Jonathan Larson’s Rent takes Dramat mainstage

The musical, which premieres tonight at the Yale University Theater, tells the story of the struggling artist in New York City during the 90s.

Academy Award-winning composers kick off Shen Curriculum’s master class series

Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, co-writers of the songs featured in “Frozen,” “Coco” and “WandaVision,” discussed their careers in the theater and entertainment world in Stoeckel Hall on Friday.

Silversun Pickups beam SoCal alt-rock into College Street Music Hall

The Los Angeles-based rock band swung through New Haven on Friday to promote their latest album, “Physical Thrills.”

Yale Center for British Art hosts Steve McQueen symposium

Filmmakers and curators came together for a two-day symposium to celebrate the works of British filmmaker Steve McQueen.

Westville Arts Market assembles local artists for last time this year

The Westville Village Renaissance Alliance hosted their final arts market of the year on Sunday.

Philosopher and physicist Karen Barad to give “Spooky Object” talk

On Nov 2, Philosopher and physicist Karen Barad — visiting from University of Santa Cruz — will speak at an event co-hosted by the CCAM and Yale Quantum Institute.