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The origins of the tomb

How Skull and Bones found a home.
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Light & Verity

Michael Marsland
Computer science expands, moves to Engineeering
In a tech-driven world, students wanted more courses and faculty.
To fund student projects, Yale looks to the crowd The cost of Yale: a history View all Light & Verity

Where They Are Now

Changing the world, one toilet at a time
An alum’s startup company promises better sanitation for the poor.
History for everyone Designer, Type A View all Where They Are Now

Findings

Learning to love fruits and vegetables
National nutrition standards make a concrete difference.
The skinny on fat cells Not too young to die View all Findings

Last Look

Inside Skull and Bones
Rare photos of the interior of Yale’s most storied “tomb.”
Celebrity harpsichord? Potemkin college View all Last Look

Milestones

A 29-year career making changes at Yale
Vice president Linda Lorimer ’77JD retires as Yale’s longest-serving officer.
Obama’s poet, and Yale’s poet-professor An advocate for Yale women View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

St. Thomas More’s last book
Object lesson: the prayer book that More kept in the Tower of London includes his own hand-written prayers.
It’s even worse than we think The birth of the hacker View all Arts & Culture

Q&A: Peter Salovey

Computer science gets an upgrade
More faculty and more space for a popular department.
Reducing debt (for students) Sexual misconduct and fairness View all Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sporting Life

Winter sports highlights: 2014–15
Men’s basketball had a banner season—but a rough ending.
A night in the limelight Fall sports highlights: 2014 View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

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Reform of the senior societies
A new effort promises a society for any student who wants to be in one.
Cellos and jokes When everything’s in a name View all From the Editor

New Haven

Helping New Haven work
A nonprofit jobs pipeline is showing results.
Stitching a downtown back together The Shubert at 100 View all New Haven

Old Yale

Manuscripts and Archives
Iphigenia at the Yale Bowl
A hundred years ago, an experiment in acoustics led to high drama.
The invention of the Alumni Fund Yale’s World War I flying ace View all Old Yale

Scene on Campus

Christopher Capozziello
The college cook-off
Students sauté under pressure to win a campus prize.
Bookies Above it all View all Scene on Campus

Where They Are Now

A career in moonshine
An alum opens New York City’s first whiskey distillery since 1920.
Action in the wake of tragedy A gentleman’s guide to success View all Where They Are Now

Light & Verity

Brontosaurus is back!
Scientists decide that Apatosaurus is a separate species.
The horror in Sterling’s basement High praise View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

List: 41 secret societies at Yale
All the societies we know about, as of spring 2014.
On retiring as the president’s wife The green fields of the mind View all Web Extra