Tailgating isn't just for students and it isn't just for drinking. For Yale staff and alumni, the Game also means feasting and fellowship.
The problems and the pleasures—and the food—of the annual autumn ritual.
In a previously unpublished essay, the great playwright takes a critical look at his alma mater.
New scrutiny of the annual student pregame party.
Leave The Tailgate alone.
Yale’s art gallery gets a collection of groundbreaking midcentury design.
If athletes were less segregated, students would go watch the games.
Yale saw its worst loss to Harvard since 1982.
From the Editor
Blog posts about the alumni magazine.
Letters to the Editor
The son of William F. Buckley discusses his famous father.
A program devoted to the legacy of William F. Buckley.
Where They Are Now
The Humane Society's Wayne Pacelle.
Scene on Campus
Dance and physics in the same classroom.
Q&A: Rick Levin
Rewriting complaint procedures.
When the Harkness bells met a West Point cannon.
Volleyball and field hockey win Ivy championships.
A supplement to the Yale Alumni Magazine from the fourteen schools of Yale.
Puzzle by Stephen Budiansky ’78