Louise Glück delivers 2022 Foundational Course Lecture

The Nobel Prize winner spoke at the Yale University Art Gallery on Tuesday.

Yale announces this year’s Windham-Campbell Prize winners

Yale prepares for return of in-person festival to honor the Windham-Campbell prize winners.

Week of documentary films raises awareness of women’s rights in Afghanistan

Last week, Yale showcased a series of films by acclaimed Afghan filmmaker Sahraa Karimi.

“Succession” star Jeremy Strong ’01 sits for sold-out talk

When Jeremy Strong ’01 was a student at Yale, he nearly bankrupted the Dramat to bring his favorite actor to campus. Twenty years later, Strong […]

Yale Cabaret presents “over easy”

Yale Cabaret’s basement theater transforms into an egg donation clinic for the production of “over easy”.

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“Finding Home”: New AACC mural celebrates 40 years of dreaming and organizing

At the AACC’s 40th Birthday Bash, a commemorative mural was unveiled to celebrate advocacy, culture and community.

“United in Diversity”: the 2021 Latino & Iberian Film Festival

From Nov. 7 to Nov. 14, the Macmillan Center at Yale hosted the 12th annual Latino & Iberian Film Festival, or LIFFY.  This year’s festival […]

Yale African Students Association hosts Africa week

The Yale African Students Association organized its week-long flagship event around the theme of reconnecting with home amidst a pandemic.

Students to stage outdoor production of Shakespeare’s classic “The Winter’s Tale”

Performed in the Timothy Dwight College courtyard, “The Winter’s Tale” pays homage to Shakespeare and pre-pandemic, unmasked theater.

Yalies search for the “Holy Ale” at 2021 YSO Halloween Show

The Yale Symphony Orchestra returned to an in-person Halloween Show format this year with modern and classical pieces accompanied by a silent film.

Madison Beer at Woads

Last Friday, pop star Madison Beer performed at popular New Haven music venue Toad’s Place.  Beer has over 28 million followers on Instagram and is […]