Several years ago, we interviewed three newly arrived first-years. Now, we interview them when they’ve got their mortaboards on.
The Baccalaureate Address
Once a year, Yale’s hush-hush senior societies engage in some cryptic but very public initiation rituals.
Dinosaurs were lumbering, stupid, scientifically boring beasts—until John Ostrom rewrote the book on them.
From the Editor
Judith Ann Schiff has plumbed the university’s archives for 53 years.
Letters to the Editor
Readers talk back about Yale’s first African American grad, canine cognition, the cost of tuition, and more.
Where They Are Now
How a Tony nominee decided he really was an actor.
Scene on Campus
Information writ large at the School of Management’s Evans Hall.
Public library art, courtesy of a shopkeeper from the 1800s.
Between the world wars, life partners Martha May Eliot and Ethel Collins Dunham taught at Yale’s medical school—and were pioneers in pediatrics.
Coed sailing wins a second straight national title.
Meet Yale’s ceremonial maces.
All the societies we know about, as of spring 2014.
Q&A: Peter Salovey
Yale’s approach to a nationwide problem.