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The digital evolution of teaching at Yale

The revolution already happened. Now what’s the best way to use it?

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Change of course

Former Yale president Richard Levin now runs Coursera, a MOOC company. Life is different.

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Adaptation

Can Yale-NUS recreate residential college life in tropical high-rise towers? We take a look at the Singapore college’s new campus.

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Audubon’s works, off the endangered list

A tale of salvation: how some of the remaining copper plates of Audubon’s Birds of America were rescued.

Light & Verity

Those championship seasons

We tally up Yale’s national championships in 13 varsity sports.

Light & Verity

Come for the cake, stay for the coding
A popular computer science course—imported from Harvard.
Conflict in Spanish and Portuguese department Calhoun portraits taken down 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

Findings

Was Henry VIII brain-damaged?
Accounts of the king's behavior are consistent with post-concussive syndrome from jousting and equestrian injuries.
Spite and malice and monkeys Can optimism ward off Alzheimer’s? View all Findings

Last Look

Contemplate
A place to ponder, Buddhist-style, in the Art Gallery sculpture garden.
The big reveal Writing on the wall View all Last Look

Milestones

Battle tested
Yale’s new VP for communications is a former war correspondent.
Architect for a school’s second century A dean with global reach View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

Portrait of a revolutionary
Object lesson: The leader of history's most successful slave revolt, rethought.
Reviews: March/April 2016 Taking Chipotle at its word View all Arts & Culture

Q&A: Peter Salovey

What goes on at Davos
President Salovey talks about the World Economic Forum.
What color is Yale’s faculty? Help wanted View all Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sporting Life

Sam Rubin
Fall sports highlights: 2015
A standout runner, and another disappointment at The Game.
Yale running back makes mark in NFL In search of gold, Yalies head north View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

Yale School of Music
Musical interlude
Hearing the differences in two priceless violins.
Shipshape “I’ve done no harm to you” View all From the Editor

New Haven

Putting out the welcome mat for refugees
A New Haven nonprofit helps refugees feel at home, and get on their feet.
Keep on truckin’ The sound of music View all New Haven

Old Yale

Yale’s first student from Ireland
A Presbyterian, born in Belfast, who championed Catholics.
Building a better student body “A genius, but mad” View all Old Yale

Where They Are Now

The historian behind the Broadway blockbuster
Before Hamilton the hip-hop hit, there was Hamilton the biography.
From Yale to Odd Mom Out Trans pioneer and eye surgeon View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

Fashionista
The many moods of Sage Boy.
No pinstripes tonight The college cook-off View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

Hallowed hall
Mory’s adds a new athletic shrine.
Mini-moose Making music for a half century View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

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The green fields of the mind
List: 41 secret societies at Yale On retiring as the president’s wife View all Web Extra