features

A reckoning with our past

Yale examines its historical ties with slavery.

features

Career pivots

Think it’s time for a change? Read about several alums who shook things up in their work life.

By Debra Spark ’84 Ico comments 6 comments

features

The man who believed too much

One hundred years ago, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lectured at Yale—not about Sherlock Holmes, but about talking to the dead.

By Betsy Golden Kellem ’01 Ico comments 6 comments

From the Editor

Science matters

The role of Yale researchers in fighting the pandemic.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81 Ico comments 1 comment

Letters to the Editor

Letters: January/February 2022

Where They Are Now

Baseball and philosophy

Major league catcher Ryan Lavarnway ’09 is still in the ball game.

By Peter Richmond ’76

Scene on Campus

King of the castle

Handsome Dan XIX has a new competition-winning doghouse.

President's Letter

Fostering opportunity

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

Old Yale

A voice against slavery

A Yale alum who helped lead the abolitionist movement and free the Amistad captives.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Sporting Life

The return of The Game

Varsity sports were back this fall--and the football team lost a heartbreaker to Harvard.

By Evan Frondorf ’14

Last Look

Gimme shelter

An environmentally conscious building on Horse Island.