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Yale History

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    William F. Buckley: the loyal son

    A new interpretation of Buckley’s legacy—one that would have surprised the man himself.

    May/Jun 2008
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    William F. Buckley: the founder

    At Buckley’s Yale, Skull and Bones was still the apex of campus life, the Yale Daily News board chugged martinis at Mory’s, and, as a new-moneyed Catholic, Buckley fit in and yet didn’t fit in. But he made the place his own, and there he found his voice as a conservative.

    May/Jun 2008
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    William F. Buckley: the idealogue

    After publication of God and Man at Yale, Buckley's broadside against his alma mater, Yale struggled to contain the fallout.

    May/Jun 2008
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    William F. Buckley Jr.: three ways of looking at an icon

    May/Jun 2008
  • Old Yale

    Four feet under

    The Blizzard of 1888.

    Mar/Apr 2008
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    The patriarch

    Vincent Scully is controversial, combative, the consummate insider but a fighter by nature. He is one of the most influential voices in architecture today -- and maybe the greatest lecturer Yale has ever seen.

    Mar/Apr 2008