75 years ago, Yale students founded a national organization. Its mission: to stop America from fighting Hitler.
Graduates celebrated, and some talked to us about their time at Yale. The president talked about community.
The Baccalaureate Address
With a charismatic young leader, Yale’s humanists are building a community that looks a little bit like church.
From the Editor
A course that tries to “equip young people to deal with the unforeseen.”
Letters to the Editor
Our readers respond.
Where They Are Now
A veteran screenwriter reveals the secret of writing comedy.
Scene on Campus
At the newly reopened Center for British Art, a picture-packed 140-foot gallery.
Demolition is planned for a site across from the train station.
The Bushes weren’t the only family in extremely close quarters.
Heavyweight crew and baseball came close to championships.
A poetic installation at Paul Rudolph Hall.