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Notebook

To have and have not

Inequality is getting worse, says Steven Brill, because the rich can opt out of society’s problems.
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Arts & Culture

Reviews: May/June 2018

Books on Trumpism, gender in the workplace, and Silicon Valley.

features

The farewell tour

Art gallery director Jock Reynolds will step down in July. We asked for a last hurrah.

features

How higher ed has changed. And how it hasn’t.

On his 50th reunion, Richard Brodhead—past Yale student, professor, and dean—looks back.

Scene on Campus

Brutal competition

Architecture students unwind with a little badminton in the studio.

Blog: Daily Snap

Setting the scene

The chairs are in place, and we’re almost ready for commencement on Monday. Alums...

In the magazine

Light & Verity

A woman in the Whiffs
Sofía Campoamor ’19 will sing tenor with the storied a cappella group.
Commuter science Local 33 withdraws NLRB petition View all Light & Verity

Milestones

Yale’s biggest fan
The university’s longest-serving athletics director steps down.
A theater designer exits the scene What she did last summer View all Milestones

Sporting Life

Winter sports highlights: 2018
Banner years for women’s basketball and gymnastics.
A football season to cheer Hockey coach headed to Olympics View all Sporting Life

Topics  

Money & Business

The entrepreneurial bent
President Salovey talks about a new center for entrepreneurship and creative thinking.
Sharing smoothies, making bread Putting a price on carbon View all Money & Business

Yale History

Manuscripts and Archives
The year of women
Making plans for the double anniversary of coeducation.
Conversation piece A bygone campus View all Yale History

Campus

The new college try
After years of anticipation, Yale’s new residential colleges are open—and the process of building a community begins.
Perpetual motion A room of one’s own View all Campus