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  • Christopher Gardner

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    "The mingled dust of both armies"

    Yale's Civil War memorial remembers all who died. But it forgets what the war was about.

    Sep/Oct 2011
  • Mark Ostow

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    Spymasters

    One took classes from the FBI. One worked at the CIA. One embedded in Iraq. You thought writing thrillers was easy?

    Sep/Oct 2011
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    What can we say?

    The fraternity chants that helped launch a federal investigation raise an old question: is it ever right for Yale to suppress or punish speech?

    Jul/Aug 2011
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    Confusion and silence

    A civil rights complaint alleges that Yale’s policies on sexual assault leave victims unsure where to turn. 

    Jul/Aug 2011
  • Mark Ostow

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    The heart of the matter

    Cardiologist Harlan Krumholz is diagnosing what works and what doesn’t. His patient: the American health care system.

    Jul/Aug 2011
  • Yeshey Dorji

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    Nation of the forest

    If Bhutan succeeds in preserving its extraordinary natural heritage, it will be because of Buddhism. But Bhutanese Yale alumni can take some credit.

    May/Jun 2011