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Sending a message

Two Yale students want to make it easier for people in prison to talk to their loved ones.
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Where They Are Now

Where have I heard that voice before?

Actor Robin Miles ’86, ’94MFA, has narrated more than 450 audiobooks.

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The endless imagination of Steven M. Johnson

With a deft artist’s touch and wry humor, a Yale alum has anticipated technological innovations in his cartoons.

features

Sending a message

Two Yale students want to make it easier for people in prison to talk to their loved ones.
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Light & Verity

Government alleges admissions discrimination

Yale denies claims made in a Department of Justice lawsuit.

Light & Verity

Test results
How Yale fared in terms of COVID-19 in the fall semester.
Elected Elis Dog wants out View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

Bob Handleman
Still learning in 3D
At an in-person class in the pandemic, there’s lots of elbow room.
Workarounds Squash team View all Scene on Campus

Findings

Dizzying
How an optical illusion fools fruit flies—and us.
Can we talk? Race and police shootings View all Findings

Last Look

With highest honor
A new portrait shows a more mature Edward Bouchet.
Lighting the way Paul Bunyan couldn't have cut it down View all Last Look

Milestones

Tapped to tackle COVID
Yale doctor Marcella Nunez-Smith cochairs Biden’s advisory board.
A librarian for digital times An "exemplary Yalie" who filled many roles View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

What’s in a bottle?
A collection of baby bottles spans more than two thousand years.
Reviews: January/February 2021 Solar power View all Arts & Culture

President's Letter

Asking questions that matter
Honoring trailblazers Building community through service View all President's Letter

Sporting Life

Benched
Athletes adjust to a semester without sports.
Silent spring Successful basketball seasons cut short View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

A first draft of pandemic history
The Yale Review’s volume on life in lockdown.
Finding the best "New to the world" View all From the Editor

New Haven

Saying goodbye to Margaret Holloway
A drama school alum who became known as the "Shakespeare Lady."
Banner years A place to live with HIV and AIDS View all New Haven

Old Yale

Teaching the teachers
For three decades, Yale offered a PhD in education.
Yale's first global president The ad man who sold the war View all Old Yale

Where They Are Now

Tech, scrappy cities, and viola
Telecommunications expert Susan Crawford '84, '89JD, has been quitting jobs steadily since 1986.
Tradition! A lawyer puts the circus back on its feet View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

Centenarian
Union Station, New Haven's entrance hall, turns 100.
Grounded Room with a view View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

Back to campus, dodging COVID
Mandatory masks, twice-weekly testing, and debating philosophy in pajamas.
A renaming question very close to home A semester unlike any other View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

Brita Belli
A French honor for a Connecticut native
Seventy-five years after his war service, Sperie Perakos '38 wins the Legion of Honor.
The green fields of the mind List: 41 secret societies at Yale View all Web Extra