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  • Courtesy Monica Murphy

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    Before their time

    The 1960s saw the first significant presence of black men in Yale College. Forty years later, a disproportionate number have died. Did the racial barriers they faced all their lives play a part?

    May/Jun 2011
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    Ice age

    Though they were again stopped short of the “Frozen Four,” the men’s hockey team was ranked number one in the nation for eight weeks this winter. The Bulldogs have become a national power.

    May/Jun 2011
  • Manuscripts & Archives

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    The architect at work

    Art history isn’t just the finished product. You also need to see the rough drafts.

    Mar/Apr 2011
  • Ana Venegas/Orange County Register

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    A delicate balance

    Josh Rodarmel ’07 and his brother have shot to success selling bracelets to help athletes “maximize their potential.” Today, they're facing lawsuits. But they still believe in their company.

    Mar/Apr 2011
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    Bruce Wayne's verbal legacy

    From Zamm! to “Holy Interplanetary Yardstick, Batman!”: a critical analysis

    Mar/Apr 2011
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    Why Batman went to Yale

    Batman has no superpowers; he is a great detective thanks to sheer brains and drive. The man is an overachiever.

    Mar/Apr 2011