Eugenelee

features

Live, from New York, since 1975

You may not have heard of Eugene Lee. Let’s just say he’s behind the scenes. If you’ve seen Saturday Night Live, you’ve seen his work.

In the magazine

Light & Verity

Pioneers for the new colleges
Transfer students will help shape Franklin and Murray Colleges.
Remembrance Now’s your chance View all Light & Verity

Where They Are Now

They never said, “Don’t drink the water.”
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, affected this pastor’s community—and her children.
Doctoring in a different culture Antiquing on the Internet View all Where They Are Now

Findings

Dogs vs. toddlers: who’s smarter?
Are humans gullible? Or do we imitate our elders for a reason?
A breakthrough in gene therapy Cranberries don’t protect your bladder View all Findings

Topics  

New Haven

Putting out the welcome mat for refugees
A New Haven nonprofit helps refugees feel at home, and get on their feet.
Sushi celebrity Rethinking the city’s front door View all New Haven

Campus

Déjà vu
Yale’s newest residential colleges will be modeled on their forebears.
A place of one’s own at Yale More is more View all Campus

Yale History

Big man on campus
After he left the White House, William Howard Taft spent eight years teaching at Yale. He left quite an impression.
Another almost-president God and white men at Yale View all Yale History

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Yale Blue Green (Washington DC): The Role of Local Food
February 22, 2017 at 6:00 pm
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February 24, 2017
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