Saturday, Nov. 19
The biggest rivalry in the Ivy League plays out this Saturday when the Yale football team takes on the Harvard Crimson this Saturday at noon. Parking passes for the Yale Bowl are already sold out, but some stadium tickets are still available and the crowd is expected to top 50,000. So just how important is the football game? After much thought, Yale quarterback Patrick Witt decided to skip his Rhodes Scholarship interview in order to play in the game. Now that’s dedication.
Sunday, Nov. 20
A new photo exhibit at Southern Connecticut State University looks internationally and at home for inspiration. Inside the Borders, Outside the Borders documents service projects that SCSU students and staff work on in several New Haven neighborhoods. It also shows international programs that students embarked on to “conduct invaluable field research into issues such as malnutrition, poverty, pollution, energy production, and other global crises.” It’s free and open to the public at the Lyman Center Photo Gallery. Photos will be displayed until Dec. 16.
Tuesday, Nov. 21
Everything changed a decade ago and the Yale University Art Gallery’s “Remembering 9/11” exhibit presents a “rumination on the tragic events of that day,” according to organizers. The exhibit, which runs until November 27, includes works by Yvonne Jacquette, Nathan Lyons and Judith Shea. There’s also an installation of Wounded Cities, Leo Rubinfien’s series of photographs. The gallery on 1111 Chapel St. and admission is free. Hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (and Thursday to 8 p.m.), Sunday from 1-6 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 22
Most schools are shut down today as students head home for Thanksgiving.