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The women who changed Yale College: introduction

On the 50th anniversary of undergraduate coeducation, we hear from some of the first women about their experience.
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Light & Verity

New engineering dean pulls double duty
Dean of science Jeffrey Brock '92 adds engineering to his portfolio.
49 and counting Home turf View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

Off-road
The only place it's safe to drive while distracted: a Yale simulator.
Behind the screen Doctors in the house View all Scene on Campus

Findings

When big drug companies buy little drug companies
It's called a "killer acquisition." And it's not good for patients.
Boomers at risk How atoms jump View all Findings

Last Look

Bridge over untroubled waters
The West Campus: a river runs through it.
Taking it on The Chin A womb of one's own View all Last Look

Milestones

Cesar Pelli, 1926–2019
He revitalized the architecture school as dean, and he designed a number of campus buildings.
Murray Gell-Mann, 1929–2019 A scholar of inequality to lead SOM View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

Learning to listen
A play about a knock-down drag-out fight between a professor and a student explores our current rut of "unsuccessful conversations."
Reviews: September/October 2019 Music on the walls View all Arts & Culture

President's Letter

Women of Yale
Global Yale Expanding access to Yale View all President's Letter

Sporting Life

Chosen
Miye Oni '20 is Yale's first NBA draftee in 32 years.
Spring sports: victories on the water Another trip to March Madness View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

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Recognizing women
A few alumnae worth remembering.
Changes Gospel and blues View all From the Editor

New Haven

A place to live with HIV and AIDS
Leeway is Connecticut's only skilled-nursing center for people with HIV and AIDS.
New Haven’s artistic Oktoberfest New life at an old library View all New Haven

Old Yale

A "Select Course" that helped reshape Yale
The three-year bachelor of philosophy degree foretold a changing curriculum.
Women of honor Uncommon leadership View all Old Yale

Where They Are Now

Not your standard doctor of music
Koi Anunta '00 gave up medicine for trip-hop.
Lost "No one thought a library would change." View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

Groundbreaking
Don’t worry—they'll put Beinecke Plaza back just the way they found it.
Out to the ball game Come one, come all View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

Global affairs institute will become a school
The Jackson School will be a place to be "more directly involved with public policy."
Ethnic studies program gets new status Soccer coach charged in admissions fraud 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