Food yalediningentrees


Introduction: Yalies who cook, grow, serve, and think about food

This issue is a farm-to-table survey of food at Yale and Yalies in food.

Light & Verity

Seminary to affiliate with Divinity School
Andover Newton Theological School will move to New Haven.
The Duke’s People? Architecture to go View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

New kids on the block
The new colleges, seen from the air.
Gimme shelter Allegro View all Scene on Campus


Family planning
Women are freezing their eggs till they find the right partner—not necessarily to focus on careers.
And now, a message from your pharaoh Help for Alzheimer’s? View all Findings

Last Look

Residential college dining when it began
Coats and ties were de rigueur in 1940.
Headpiece On-campus housing View all Last Look


Richard Benson, 1943–2017
A photographer with a passion for printing.
A scholar of humans—and nature A historian to lead Grand Strategy View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

Silver on the Texas frontier
Object lesson: a tumbler with ties to the state’s beginnings.
Reviews: September/October 2017 Journey View all Arts & Culture

Q&A: Peter Salovey

The West Campus hits its stride
Cancer research, genomics, an “artificial leaf.” More to come.
Room for science WWI, Yale, and a tradition of service View all Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sporting Life

Taking a hit—and learning a lesson
Two hockey alums spread the word about concussion recovery.
Spring sports highlights: 2017 Winter sports highlights: 2017 View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

Not on the menu, to our regret
There was so much more that didn’t fit in our food issue.
The evolution of secret societies Married life View all From the Editor

New Haven

And you thought it was just Louis’ Lunch
An introduction to the hot New Haven food scene.
Close to the edge Big idea View all New Haven

Old Yale

The Memorial Quadrangle’s beginnings
In wartime, Yale began building a new “center of beauty.”
The man who made time workable The first graduate program for the greens View all Old Yale

Where They Are Now

Maarten de Boer/Contour by Getty Images
Revisiting the Vietnam War
Lynn Novick ’83 and longtime collaborator Ken Burns launch a series on the conflict “no one talked about.”
Still in the running That’s entertainment View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

Tips and wishes
A Chinese new year’s tradition on Whitney Avenue.
Group hug Beinecke is back View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

New dean for Yale College
Marvin Chun is “one of the most popular undergraduate mentors.”
Alum heads New Haven police Something afoot View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

Calhoun College: a timeline
The steps that led to Calhoun becoming Hopper.
The green fields of the mind List: 41 secret societies at Yale View all Web Extra