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The long agony of racism

Essays by three Yale professors.

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Yale vs Covid

Essays and articles about the pandemic, its consequences, and what Yale and Yalies have done to help.

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Commencement '20: here in spirit

COVID-19 meant that, for the time being, any celebrations would have to be virtual.

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Commencement '20: grads reflect

We talked to six new Yalies about their time at Yale, and the future.

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Caring for our neighbors

The president's address to the Yale University Class of 2020.

Light & Verity

Networking site arrives in a tough economy
The alumni association unveils Cross Campus.
Stereo woofers Embracing technology View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

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

Findings

A shot in the dark
Analyzing a far-off planet by the color of its light.
Risk in the womb? Driving lessons View all Findings

Last Look

No apple required
A sinuous selection from the Collection of Musical Instruments.
Changes The plunge View all Last Look

Milestones

A librarian for digital times
Barbara Rockenbach is the new University Librarian.
An "exemplary Yalie" who filled many roles Daydream believer View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

A stitch in time
From Army uniforms to tents and umbrellas, sewing machines sped up production in the 1800s.
Reviews: July/August 2020 It's a small world View all Arts & Culture

President's Letter

Emergency remote teaching
Teaching in a pandemic reinforces our commitment to education.
Our search for answers New Haven, Yale, jobs, and more View all President's Letter

Sporting Life

Silent spring
The sports season was canceled, but some Yalies satisfied their competitive urges online.
Successful basketball seasons cut short A club makes the case for cricket View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

Yale sights
Can you identify these spots on campus?
Stranded The book of the Book of Exodus View all From the Editor

New Haven

Banner years
A series of tributes to New Haven natives.
A place to live with HIV and AIDS New Haven’s artistic Oktoberfest View all New Haven

Old Yale

The ad man who sold the war
Chester Bowles '24S pulled Americans together in a time of crisis.
Remembrance of plagues past When "weekending" was the thing 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

But will it fit on the page?
Last call for drawing the Peabody's dinosaurs--till 2023.
Furnished loft Off-road View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

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Faculty diversity initiative extended
$85 million for a program that has contributed to 84 new faculty hires.
End of an art history class draws protest Climate protest delays The Game View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

Brad Trent
The green fields of the mind
Baseball “breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart.”
Calhoun College: a timeline List: 41 secret societies at Yale View all Web Extra