Tag Archives: Sterling Memorial Library

Designer Framing

Moat on Yale's Cross Campus

Once you learn about the moats, you’ll notice them all around Yale’s campus. …

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This Week in New Haven (February 26 – March 4)

Ai-jen Poo. Credit: John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

As February turns to March, we turn to doers and thinkers, madcap theater and cinema old and new. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 22 – 28)

Yale Beinecke Library

Music or books? Beer or wine? Gardens or machines? The choice is yours. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 8 – 14)

Work by Sara Hope Hill

From Martin Luther King to the Goblin Queen, both reality and fantasy reign this week in New Haven. …

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Frights of Fancy

A photo essay.

Halloween warps your perception of things. …

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The Graduate

Yung Wing statue at Yale's Sterling Memorial Library

New Haven is a place where students from around the world come to learn, which is one reason the city is both the cultural and multicultural capital of Connecticut.

Of course, there was a time when…

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This Week in New Haven (May 15 – 21)

House of Games (1987)

The academic year is over, but Yale’s still got stuff to show us. So does the sun, which looks like it’ll be visiting all week, warming up a …

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This Week in New Haven (March 27 – April 2)

Elm City Dance Collective

This week is for collectors—of hot wins, of frozen plasma and of fresh produce, among other things. …

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Archery 101

Mason Laboratory at Yale University

At Yale, there are arched backs in Dance Studies classes and in Yogis at Yale sessions. Arched brows as curious, libidinous college students scope out classmates. Arch nemeses whenever Harvard comes to town. …

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Going Medieval

Sterling Memorial Library at Yale

A photo essay. To view all 12 shots, check out the email version.

Sterling Library is your ticket to the Middle Ages, without all the awful stuff that happened in the Middle Ages. …

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