Topdog/Underdog: A Family Affair

The Crescent Theater stage is a sparse apartment–a bed, scattered magazines, a fridge, an armchair, a makeshift table of stacked crates. For the two brothers, this space serves as home, although Booth reminds his older brother Lincoln that it’s just a temporary set-up–at some point, Lincoln will have to leave. But as far as the…

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Jook Songs’ “Sunrise”: Resistance Anew

by Marina Tinone Jook Songs, Yale’s Asian and Asian-American spoken word group, performed their last show of the academic year in Hopper Cabaret last weekend. The show’s theme, “Sunrise”, was chosen based on the personal difficulties from their previous semester. This idea of sunrise– of light after times of darkness– developed through each of the…

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Remembrance: Honoring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Art Exhibit

On Sunday, February 19, “Remembrance: Honoring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” opened in Stiles College Art Gallery. Curated by Yale Sisters of All Nations along with the Yale Native American Arts Coalition, the exhibit simultaneously educates and heals. “Remembrance” includes shawls, digital art, paintings, collage, and other mixed media by members of the Native community…

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