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Light & Verity

Making music for a half century
The Yale Symphony Orchestra: much more than Halloween.
“I wish to be useful” In the running View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

Saturday night lights
For the first time ever, The Game ended after dark.
Going the distance Fashionista View all Scene on Campus

Findings

Fracking and drinking water
Does it pose a risk?
A new giant tortoise Saving your skin View all Findings

Last Look

The big reveal
A suspenseful opening at the Peabody Museum.
Writing on the wall Giddyup View all Last Look

Milestones

Architect for a school’s second century
Deborah Berke is at home inside and outside of the academy.
A dean with global reach Linda Peterson, 1948–2015 View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

Taking Chipotle at its word
Object lesson: Literature, served up hot and sometimes spicy.
Reviews: January/February 2016 The origin of “African American” View all Arts & Culture

Q&A: Peter Salovey

What color is Yale’s faculty?
“If you are looking far and wide, then you are going to end up appointing stronger faculty.”
Help wanted A student center for all students View all Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sporting Life

Sam Rubin
Fall sports highlights: 2015
A standout runner, and another disappointment at The Game.
Yale running back makes mark in NFL In search of gold, Yalies head north View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

Shipshape
Gabrielle Fong ’16 is the first woman to lead a Yale ROTC battalion.
“I’ve done no harm to you” Mastering the language View all From the Editor

New Haven

Mark Zurolo ’01MFA
Keep on truckin’
A host of food trucks have made international cuisine easy to find outdoors.
The sound of music Helping New Haven work View all New Haven

Old Yale

Building a better student body
The doctor who pioneered physical education at Yale.
“A genius, but mad” The first Yale man dead in World War I View all Old Yale

Where They Are Now

Pamela Berkovich
From Yale to Odd Mom Out
An alumna takes on NYC’s Upper East Side, one joke at a time.
Trans pioneer and eye surgeon Life and money management View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

No pinstripes tonight
The Law School prom is more awesome than you think.
The college cook-off Bookies View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

Victory on the Charles
A historic win for the men’s heavyweight crew.
Aliens? Probably not. But... Grand slam View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

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The green fields of the mind
List: 41 secret societies at Yale On retiring as the president’s wife View all Web Extra