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Bush and Yale

George H. W. Bush ’48 was the quintessential Eli. But he changed. And so did Yale.
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My lunch with Caleb

You think solving a crossword puzzle is hard? Try making one.

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A place to bond

In a local running club, an alumnus finds his sons a haven in New Haven.

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Here comes the sun

You have to get up pretty early to see it, but the rising sun is precisely aligned with Chapel...

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Light & Verity

Peabody Museum will get an overhaul
More space for exhibits and school groups—and dinosaurs in updated poses.
Elected Elis An opening in China View all Light & Verity

Findings

This is your brain on LSD research
Scientists take another look at a drug associated with ’60s counterculture.
When the middleman is the problem The lifespan of a cellphone View all Findings

Sporting Life

Fall sports highlights: another title in volleyball
A middling year for football ends at Fenway Park.
“A certain expectation of excellence” Old Campus Olympian View all Sporting Life

Topics  

Yale History

Manuscripts and Archives
Hanna Gray’s extraordinary life
In a new memoir, Yale’s first woman president looks back—and forward.
His fair city Big man on campus View all Yale History

Student Life

Bob Handelman
First.
As Yale seeks out more students whose parents didn’t graduate from college, students and alumni talk about the challenges that come with that pioneering role.
The three-minute thesis New gender policy for singing groups View all Student Life

Science & Health

Math for the masses
Former teacher and “terrible artist” Ben Orlin ’09 expands his reach through his blog and new book Math With Bad Drawings.
Big ideas “The greatest mind in American history” View all Science & Health