features

Race relations at this perilous moment

Policing and racially biased justice are not merely by-products of a racially divided society but have been the bedrock of race relations.

By Gerald Jaynes

features

The long agony of racism

Essays by three Yale professors.

features

Yale vs Covid

Essays and articles about the pandemic, its consequences, and what Yale and Yalies have done to help.

features

Commencement '20: here in spirit

COVID-19 meant that, for the time being, any celebrations would have to be virtual.

features

Commencement '20: grads reflect

We talked to eight new Yalies about their time at Yale, and the future.

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"A devastating and ruinous history"

The act of maintaining oppression has a cost even for those who benefit systematically from it.

By Larry Gladney Ico comments 1 comment

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Rewriting the end

We can and should do more to make sure that the content of Yale's several curricula is more equal to the heavy fulness of our history.

By Emily Greenwood Ico comments 1 comment

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Caring for our neighbors

The president's address to the Yale University Class of 2020.

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

From the Editor

Yale sights

Can you identify these spots on campus?

Letters to the Editor

Letters: July/August 2020

Scene on Campus

Centenarian

Union Station, New Haven's entrance hall, turns 100.

President's Letter

Emergency remote teaching

Teaching in a pandemic reinforces our commitment to education.

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

Old Yale

The ad man who sold the war

Chester Bowles '24S pulled Americans together in a time of crisis.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Sporting Life

Silent spring

The sports season was canceled, but some Yalies satisfied their competitive urges online.

By Evan Frondorf ’14

Last Look

No apple required

A sinuous selection from the Collection of Musical Instruments.