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All Things New Are Old Again: A tour presented as part of Docomomo Tour Day on the theme “The 70s Turn 50”

This tour can be experienced virtual or by car.

The word “modern” is often used interchangeably with “new,” but “Modern” architecture represents a specific period, a moment in history that is growing ever further distant with each passing year. Modern architecture isn’t really new anymore. The familiar saying goes, “all things old are new again,” but when it comes to Modern architecture, the opposite is true.
Yale Becton Center
Yale Timothy Dwight College
Yale Visitor Center Virtual Campus Tour
Explore Yale University's historic campus, world-class museums, legendary libraries and athletic facilities from the comfort of your own home. The Yale Visitor Center is now offering hour-long virtual tours that highlight campus life and architecture through a combination of contemporary video and historical photographs brought to life by current Yale Tour Guides. Whether you're wondering what campus life is like, or which storied New Haven spot offers the best pizza, our campus guides can answer your questions in real time via an onscreen Q & A. Webinars are available Monday through Friday at noon.
Other News & Events

Try your hand at this collection of online jigsaw puzzles from the Yale University Art Gallery, featuring iconic works from the museum’s collection, including Van Gogh’s “Night Café” and John Trumbull’s “The Declaration of Independence.” Read More

10/24 New Haven Symphony Orchestra to Perform Concerts at Canal Dock Boathouse on New Haven Waterfront at 2 p.m. Read More

Tracking fall foliage in Connecticut? Here is a map from Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Read More

Enjoy the Pumpkin Patch and Trail of Terror at the Shoreline Trolley Museum Read More
Travel Advisory Updated October 20, 2020
Anyone traveling into Connecticut, New York, or New Jersey from a state that has a new daily positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents or a state with a 10% or higher positivity rate over a 7-day rolling average are directed to:

1.   Self-quarantine for a 14-day period from the time of last contact within the identified state
2.   Provide proof of negative COVID-19 test results within three days of arrival to avoid quarantining
3.   Get tested in Connecticut and quarantine until receipt of negative test results

The list of impacted locations is updated on a weekly basis every Tuesday as the situation develops across the country.

Click here to see impacted states.

Residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are exempt from this advisory but are advised to avoid non-essential travel.

Travelers will now be required to complete a form upon entry into Connecticut stating their name, date of birth, state of origin, estimated length of stay and location while in Connecticut, as well as contact information. The form is required to be submitted to DPH and can be completed online by visiting ct.gov/travelform.

This newsletter is produced in collaboration with the South Central Regional Council of Governments. www.scrcog.org