February 7, 2018
Alexander, a renowned writer, poet, and scholar, is recognized as one of the nation’s leading voices in modern literature and a visionary in the academy.
Paul Messier and Edward S. Cook, Jr. will receive 2018 Awards for Distinction by the College Arts Association for their work in the visual arts.
February 6, 2018
The Yale community will have the opportunity to explore the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Feb. 8-9, when Israeli-Palestinian writer Sayed Kashua visits campus.
Lunarfest, an event offering cultural programs for adults and children, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 17 in celebration of the Chinese Year of the Dog.
The classic opera will be performed at the Shubert Theatre, Feb. 16-18. Directed by YSD alumnus Dustin Wills with Israel Gursky conducting.
February 5, 2018
Yale is now offering its first ever American Sign Language class — an immersion course in which students are expected to communicate entirely in sign.
West, a prominent public intellectual and professor at Harvard Divinity School, gave the Black History Month 2018 Keynote Lecture on Feb. 3 at Battell Chapel.
February 2, 2018
Already a published op-ed writer, Sobowale recently tried his hand at narrative writing with the immersive Yale Internal Medicine Residency Writers’ Workshop.
YDS’ Tisa Wenger discusses conflicts of religious freedom in the U.S., including cases of discrimination against Muslims and same-sex couples.
Produced by the Yale Center for British Art and Cultureshock, this short film delves into the art, craft, and science of a truly remarkable painting.