Mark Ostow

features

The alchemist of costuming

Jane Greenwood, Broadway's most prolific designer, turns cloth into character.

Blog: Daily Snap

Hope springs up

A little later than usual, these irises on High Street have finally made their appearance. Maybe...

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"Irascible and difficult."  "Very intense." And beloved.

Aldo Parisot was one of Yale's most famous musicians. He was also, possibly, its most idiosyncratic personality.
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Within reach

Robotics has long tried to mimic the human hand. Yale engineer Aaron Dollar thinks there’s a better way.
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From the Editor

From Chile to the Renaissance

An immigrant alumna's path to success.

In the magazine

Findings

Stressed? Hug a dog and call in the morning
Interacting with dogs may help children cope.
Respect and the white liberal Fellow travelers View all Findings

Last Look

History under glass
A new boathouse has ties to old Yale.
Arts and letters As local as it gets View all Last Look

Where They Are Now

Ever wondered who created autocorrect?
Ken Kocienda '88 was principal engineer on software for the iPhone.
Math for the masses A professor’s double life View all Where They Are Now

Topics  

International

Where they call home
The countries and regions of origin for Yale’s international students.
No time to lose The search for a past View all International

Arts & Culture

The art of medicine
A nineteenth-century Yale surgeon commissioned portraits of tumor patients.
The farewell tour Conversation piece View all Arts & Culture

Faculty & Staff

A bridge builder’s remarkable life
Lamin Sanneh studied Islam, Christianity, and the dialogue between the two.
Faculty matters Better Living 101 View all Faculty & Staff