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