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Campus preps for party

Yale Daily News
By Matthew Lloyd-Thomas
Salovey_Peter_01In the midst of midterms, Yale is preparing for one of its biggest parties in recent memory.

University President Peter Salovey will be officially inaugurated this weekend, marking the completion of Yale’s first leadership transition in two decades. Although he has occupied his office in Woodbridge Hall since July 1, Salovey will not formally hold the presidency until he is instated by Yale Corporation senior fellow Margaret Marshall LAW ’76. The ceremony will come at the end of a week-long series of festivities including events such as open houses, concerts and Inaugural Balls, most of which are open to the entire Yale community and to residents of New Haven. MORE

Published October 8, 2013
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The Legacy of Paul Hindemith and A Soldier’s Tale Set for YALE IN NEW YORK’s 2013–14 Season

Broadway World / Broadway Classical

Hindemith_CollegeSt Yale School of Music has announced its return to Carnegie Hall with the YALE IN NEW YORK 2013–14 Season. The series-now in its seventh year at Carnegie-has garnered a reputation for its creative and diverse programming, with frequent collaborations between Yale’s distinguished faculty and its exceptional network of current students and alumni.

This season, two concerts focus on musical icons of the 20th century: THE LEGACY OF PAUL HINDEMITH on Friday, November 22, 2013 at 7:30pm; and a fully staged original production and translation of Igor Stravinsky‘s A SOLDIER’S TALE, in collaboration with Yale School of Drama on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at 7:30pm. MORE

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City-Wide Open Studios Opens With a Blast

U.S. Air Force bugler Carl Stanley has awakened soldiers hundreds of times in the early morning with the getty-up notes of his trumpet, including during four months in Afghanistan.

At Artspace he blew a stirring reveille—in the evening. He blew it to bestir troops not of soldiers but of artists as they launched the annual City-Wide Open Studios (CWOS) 21-day municipal art extravaganza. MORE

Published October 8, 2013
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