features

In after years

Thrown together by chance, Yale College students--and later, Yale College alumni--eventually become a cohesive class. How does it happen and what does it mean?

By James M. Banner, Jr. ’57

features

A hub for the humanities

The Hall of Graduate Studies is made over as a place to share ideas.

By Mark Alden Branch ’86 Ico comments 2 comments

features

From film to paper

David Duchovny '89Grd, who left grad school at Yale to become an actor, wants to be known for his writing.

By Alex Beam ’75 Ico comments 2 comments

From the Editor

Professor of gospel

Braxton Shelley studies "a continuum of African American sacred expression."

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: March/April 2022

Readers write back about Yale's history with slavery, career pivots, and more.

Where They Are Now

The stories of many lives

MacArthur-winning painter Jordan Casteel '14MFA talks about her portraits.

By Robin Cembalest ’82

Scene on Campus

The frozen chosen

What a divinity student does in a snowstorm.

President's Letter

A new school at Yale

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

Old Yale

Making a way for women to play

Joni Barnett helped get women's sports off the ground at Yale.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Last Look

This wall can talk

A new mural reflects Asian-American community at Yale.