Yale Ballroom Dance Team Presents: Spring Spectacular! Featured Gnomies: Rich Baker ’18, Kat Tan ‘18 Yale Ballrom Dance Team Presents: Spring Spectacular, their annual Spring Show. Elegant waltzes, sexy sambas, and jumping jives – come join them for the best partner dancing at Yale. Featuring the music of artists like Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Elvis, and Queen, and selections from Greatest Showman, Moulin Rogue, and Legend of Zelda! See them perform: April 21 at 6:30pm and 9:30pm in […]
This past weekend our women’s crew team competed against Princeton and Iowa. The bulldogs won four of their five races! Gnomie Anisa Iqbal ’19 was the coxswain of Yale’s best performing boat. Her team finished with a time of 7:10.4, beating Princeton and Iowa by nine and seventeen seconds, respectively. Above is a picture of her team sailing to victory!
Pitches Jam 2018: Harry Pitches & the Sorcerer’s Tones Featured Gnomies: Rachel Regan ‘18, Anisa Iqbal ‘19, Aditi Kodipady ‘20 come experience the ~magic~ of music their ~sonorus~ voices will ~lumos~ your evening ~alohomora~ your heart ~wingardium leviosa~ your soul yer in pitches harry See them perform: Saturday, April 14 at 8:30p in the Stiles Dining Hall RB Presents: Impulse Featured Gnomies: Kacey Jezewski ‘18, Allie Bensinger ‘20, Kesi Wilson ‘21 Come check out Rhythmic […]
Carlos Cohen is a junior studying political science. And he is this week’s gnotable gnomie, nominated not by this DPort employee but by members of the college community. According to his nominator, Carlos is “really just the GOAT. I really respect his commitment to serving our country as an officer in the United States Marine Corps and having him back on campus this semester (and having class with him) is really cool. I love our […]
Tea & Dinner with Reihan Salam On Monday, Davenport welcomed Reihan Salam, executive editor of the National Review and a columnist for Slate, to discuss “Color, Class, and the Conservative Future.” Some of the topics he covered included immigration, social security, climate change, and multi-generational politics. “I thought he was articulate and thoughtful. He definitely knew how to strike a conciliatory tone on these contentious issues. My only small criticism is that he was too vague. For example, […]
This week, our featured alum is Karen Narasaki, class of 1980! Having been influenced as a child by the impact of racial covenants on her family, Narasaki’s passion for civil rights has been evident in her lifelong work as a civil rights leader, human rights activist, and independent consultant. After graduating from Yale College magna cum laude, Narasaki received a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. Narasaki then moved […]
New Blue Presents: The Adventures of Jamcy Drew Gnomies: Anelisa Fergus ’19, Amrita Iyer ’20 Calling all amateur sleuths! Come join The New Blue as they solve the mystery of their 49th annual Spring Jam: The Adventures of Jamcy Drew! Don’t forget your check list and magnifying glass! See them perform: Friday at 8:00pm in Center Church on the Green Ménage à Trois Gnomie: Charlie Lee ’20 Bear witness to Yale’s first ever coast-to-coast comedy […]
Mellon Forum: Cara Washington & Kyle Deakins Davenport seniors Cara Washington and Kyle Deakins presented on their senior projects last week. Cara, a Film & Media Studies major, applied aspects of black film theory to the TV shows Broad City, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Insecure. She fielded questions of racial representation as a solution to TV’s various structural problems and about how well those problems can be solved within a market where producers have to attract subscribers […]