features

How to commemorate catastrophe

Remembering World War I, 100 years after

By Jay Winter Ico comments 3 comments

features

Sit. Stay. Boola Boola.

Once, the bulldog was supposed to strike fear into the hearts of Yale’s opponents. As a new Handsome Dan grows into the title, his job is to be dangerously cute.

By Mark Alden Branch

features

No time to lose

Yale Law students and alumni raced the clock to help travelers after the executive order on immigration.

By Melinda Beck Ico comments 1 comment

From the Editor

A gift from across the years

From one Class of ’17 to another.

By Kathrin Lassila

Letters to the Editor

Readers weigh in on the Trump Administration, the joys of travel, and more

Ico comments 1 comment

Scene on Campus

Tips and wishes

A Chinese new year’s tradition on Whitney Avenue.

New Haven

Music in the neighborhood

New Haven’s Neighborhood Music School has taught thousands to sing, dance, and play.

Old Yale

“Eloquence in the cause of freedom”

Shirley Graham Du Bois ’40DRA was a composer, playwright, activist, biographer, and more.

By Judith Schiff Ico comments 1 comment

Sporting Life

Baseball alumni take on the world

Two players’ journeys from Yale to the Red Sox to Team Israel.

By Howard Blas Ico comments 2 comments

Last Look

Door to door

How a well-crafted set of doors was built—and preserved.

Q&A: Peter Salovey

On leadership—and the humanities

Which is more important: to be responsive or to be responsible?

By Kathrin Lassila