features

Infinite complexity

Sometimes, even mathematicians rely on intuition. Professor Daniel Spielman's helped him solve an unsolvable problem.

By Richard Panek Ico comments 2 comments

features

The great dining disruption

At Yale, in New Haven, and beyond, the pandemic forced dining halls and restaurants into a major overhaul.

By Corby Kummer ’78

features

Neither here nor there

In 1873, 12-year-old Yan Phou Lee left China for the US. He stayed for 54 years. But he never found a home.

By Mark Alden Branch ’86 Ico comments 14 comments

From the Editor

Loss

Andrew Dowe '08, '20PhD, had an unrivaled skill for inspiring others.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81 Ico comments 1 comment

Letters to the Editor

Letters: May/June 2021

Where They Are Now

Straddling town and gown

Justin Elicker '10MBA, '10MEM, came to New Haven to study. He stayed to become mayor.

By James Ledbetter ’86

Scene on Campus

Ready for your close-up?

Checking out the details of the Peabody's dinosaur mural.

President's Letter

A bright future for neuroscience

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD Ico comments 1 comment

Old Yale

The '21 Club

A survey of four Classes of '21 across the centuries.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Last Look

In the abstract

New at the Art Gallery, an "exuberant" Franz Kline painting.