The School of Medicine’s highly unusual teaching program allows Yale medical students to have—gasp!—some free time.
Newly discovered documents have rewritten a part of the university’s history.
Organist Paul Jacobs wants to change the way you spend your time.
The lives of two graduates raise questions about racial definitions.
Yale College’s first African American graduate became a Civil War assistant surgeon and a New England country doctor.
From the Editor
Retiring Yale faculty and staff are among those repopulating downtown.
Letters to the Editor
Readers talk back about female faculty, admissions, Robert Moses, and more.
Where They Are Now
Engineering for the preteen set.
Scene on Campus
Med students on stage—but it’s not the operating theater.
The Orchard Street Shul is 101 years young.
An Olympian in hockey; a breakout basketball star.
Horace Walpole’s curious cabinet.
Q&A: Peter Salovey
Yale’s president answers questions about the creation of a new position at Yale.