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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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Blog: Daily Snap

In the pink

Another scene from a beautiful spring: today, it's Davenport College.

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The alchemist of costuming

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

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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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Scene on Campus

Groundbreaking

Don’t worry—they'll put Beinecke Plaza back just the way they found it.

In the magazine

From the Editor

Courtesy Vilcek Foundation
From Chile to the Renaissance
An immigrant alumna's path to success.
Hanna Gray's extraordinary life Thoughts on Yale in the #MeToo era View all From the Editor

Light & Verity

Yale report slams DKE culture
The dean offers "some plain advice about events like these: don’t go to them."
Adieu to the Armory To Yale, from Macy's View all Light & Verity

Findings

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

Topics  

Money & Business

Barry Falls
To have and have not
Inequality is getting worse, says Steven Brill, because the rich can opt out of society’s problems.
Income, race, and perception The lifespan of a cellphone View all Money & Business

New Haven

Elm City rebellion
New Haven’s Powder House Day has an unlikely hero.
A place to bond Close to the edge View all New Haven

Admissions

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.
Wanted: smart students from poor families Asian American groups allege admissions bias View all Admissions