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features

What’s in a name?

Alumni and students react to decisions about the new residential colleges, Calhoun College, and the title “master.”

Blog: This just in

About our May/June issue

A note to readers: our May/June issue will be arriving later than usual. Because of late-breaking...

Blog: Daily Snap

Time for reflection

It’s reunion time! Welcome back to the classes of 2001, 1996, 1991, 1986, 1981, 1961, and...

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War and after

Veterans of recent conflicts talk about their lives before and after deployment.

features

Magnificent March

The men’s basketball team finally made it to the NCAA Tournament—and defied expectations.

In the magazine

Light & Verity

Former basketball captain plans lawsuit
The senior says he was expelled over a sexual misconduct charge.
Connecticut eyes tax revenue from Yale Mad dogs View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

Airborne
Remarkable photos of Yaledancers, a student dance troupe.
Saturday night lights Going the distance View all Scene on Campus

Last Look

Contemplate
A place to ponder, Buddhist-style, in the Art Gallery sculpture garden.
Inside Skull and Bones Potemkin college View all Last Look

Topics  

Science & Health

The founder of modern ecology
At five, G. Evelyn Hutchinson collected water mites. At Yale, his research on freshwater species reshaped scientific thinking about natural history.
It’s not just the germs Astronomy and gender politics View all Science & Health

International

Yale, Ban Ki-moon, and your heritage
The university hosts a global conversation about cultural preservation.
Genocide in Myanmar? The expat grandparents View all International

Yale History

Pioneers
Yale’s first women PhDs get a group portrait.
Big man on campus Who was the first African American student at Yale? View all Yale History

Upcoming events

Talk with Yale-NUS President Pericles Lewis
June 09, 2016 at 6:00 pm
Cambridge, MA