Before their time

The 1960s saw the first significant presence of black men in Yale College. Forty years later, a disproportionate number have died. Did the racial barriers they faced all their lives play a part?

By Ronald Howell


Ice age

Though they were again stopped short of the “Frozen Four,” the men’s hockey team was ranked number one in the nation for eight weeks this winter. The Bulldogs have become a national power.

By Michael Obernauer


Nation of the forest

If Bhutan succeeds in preserving its extraordinary natural heritage, it will be because of Buddhism. But Bhutanese Yale alumni can take some credit.

By Cathy Shufro

From the Editor

Correcting the record: sports and Batman

By Kathrin Lassila

Letters to the Editor

Our readers respond


Hair today

By Lauren Rosenthal

Where They Are Now

Make room for Daddy

By Mark Blankenship

Scene on Campus

A giant walk-in closet

Q&A: Rick Levin

The streamlined university?

By Kathrin Lassila

Old Yale

Pioneers in chemotherapy

By Judith Schiff

Sporting Life

Winter sports highlights

By Alexander Goldberger

In Memoriam

Recent alumni deaths

Last Look

Boola Boola?