Fine Artists of Yale: Whitney Blue

Armed with her camera and a desire to capture the way in which small museums and tourist sites propagate an idealized version of American history, […]

CT Folk Fest spotlights musicians, sustainable vendors

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the strumming of banjos and acoustic guitars once again filled Edgerton Park for the annual CT Folk […]

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.