MULTIMEDIA ARTS
Meet Olivia Cleary, the woman reshaping ‘luxury’

Olivia Cleary spoke to the News about her vision of luxury products and her brand’s journey as she looks to expand its reach with Yale merch.

Yale Student Film festival to feature award-winning speakers

The Yale Student Film Festival team will host its annual film festival this April.

Latino and Iberian Film Festival to begin next week

The festival will showcase a variety of filmmakers from all over the Latin American and Iberian regions.

It takes a village – and a lot of paint

A mural of Ruth Wilson Gilmore, an abolitionist from New Haven, was recently completed at Possible Futures bookstore on 318 Edgewood Ave.

From Oscar-winner to professor: Murray hosts Theodore Kim

Head of Pauli Murray College Tina Lu hosted computer animator and Yale professor Theodore Kim for tea with Murray students on Monday.

Yale radio cranks up the volume with new programming

WYBCx, Yale’s sole radio station, plans to revamp its zine, website and podcasts this year.

Student-made short film “Lioness” showcased on streaming platform

Molly Smith ’25’s short film about a mother hiding from an abusive relationship is now streaming on the platform Omeleto.

PROFILE: Hannah Altman, inaugural Blanksteen Artist in Residence at the Slifka Center

Jewish-American photographer Hannah Altman is the first Blanksteen Artist in Residence at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale.  Through this program, Altman […]

An inside look at student-made satirical film “Save Yale Now”

Ella Attell ’24 and Zoe Larkin ’24 satirized the pro-life movement in their film, “Save Yale Now,” which was released on Nov. 4 and drew consequent legal action.

Yale Creative Society promotes artistic expression

The YCS, a student organization within the Yale Law School, upholds the ideals of creativity to engage with classmates and the community alike, as well as to combat poor mental health in legal professions.

Olympian Laura Zeng ’25 to appear in multidisciplinary performance art piece

Developed by Chiara Hardy ’24 and 2-time Olympic rhythmic gymnast Laura Zeng ’25, the performance combines movement, prosthesis, sound and light.