A place of one’s own at Yale

Alumni told us about the spots on campus that mean the most to them—and why.

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It’s not just the germs

Veteran AIDS activist Gregg Gonsalves wants to change the way you think about illness.

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All American

Before he had even graduated from Yale, Walter Camp took the lead in transforming a chaotic variant of English rugby into football as we know it.

By Julie Des Jardins

From the Editor

Mastering the language

When a time-honored title makes people uncomfortable.

Letters to the Editor

Sexual misconduct and universities

Where They Are Now

Life and money management

Money manager Scott Bessent ’84 on failure, choosing a major, and how finance is like journalism.

By Elyse Klayman

Scene on Campus


The many moods of Sage Boy.

New Haven

The sound of music

Connecting young musicians, at Yale and in the public schools.

By Christopher Arnott

Old Yale

The first Yale man dead in World War I

Arthur Bertram Randolph ’06 died before America entered the war.

By Stuart Turnbull

Sporting Life

In search of gold, Yalies head north

Medals at the Pan-American Games in swimming and rowing.

By Evan Frondorf

Last Look


Yale’s longest-serving polo pony can be found in Payne Whitney Gymnasium.

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Q&A: Peter Salovey

Help wanted

The president talks about seven deanships, being filled in a span of two years.

By Kathrin Lassila