Heritage Meets Heritage project builds sense of belonging among heritage speakers

Yale’s Heritage Meets Heritage Project is rebranding from a research project into a social and supercurricular initiative that unites heritage speakers.

Remembering Yale Repertory Theatre founder Robert Brustein

Brustein was a prominent theater-maker and theater critic, writing for The New Republic and The Huffington Post, as well as publishing 16 books on theater and society.

Salovey and the arts

Throughout Salovey’s 11-year tenure, Yale welcomed new arts faculty, including School of Music Dean José García-León, and created new projects like LUX, a new cross-collection search tool.

DATA: Yale College trends toward graduating more STEM than humanities and arts majors

In 2022, more students graduated from Yale College with degrees in science and engineering than in any year since the Office of Institutional Research began publishing data on Yale undergraduate student majors in 2000.

New Yale digital archive, LUX, lights the way for greater access to University collections

The platform, which was released in May, consolidates the University's vast museums and collections into a single online platform.

José García-León appointed dean of the School of Music

The School of Music welcomed José García-León as the new dean of the School of Music, marking the end of Robert Blocker’s nearly three-decade tenure as the Henry L. and Lucy G. Moses Dean.

PROFILE: Musical theater lecturer Jeanine Tesori on imperfect music and living in an empty lighthouse

The News interviewed Jeanine Tesori, who recently won a Tony Award for her musical “Kimberly Akimbo.”

How former Yale professor Ron Carlos helps actors find their voices

Former Lecturer in Acting at the David Geffen School of Drama Ron Carlos has written a book about accent training and coached actors on the sets of “Daisy Jones & The Six” and “Based on a True Story."

Grammy-winning faculty member to perform violin recital

At a Sunday afternoon concert in the Morse Recital Hall, YSM professor Augustin Hadelich plans to perform Bach and the blues.

Musician Bryce Dessner serves as Schwarzman Center’s first artist-in-residence

As the Schwarzman Center’s first artist-in-residence, Dessner will collaborate with different artists, engage in public performances and engage in workshops with the Yale community.

Entrepreneurship in art course brings together business and arts students

The course was designed to give students a first-hand insight into the lives of entrepreneurs in the art market.