Light & Verity


"In the past, many students in the lecture were doing Facebook or e-mail or all kinds of things on their computers, so for me it's better if there's a room where that is not possible."

—History of art professor Alexander Nemerov '92PhD, in the Yale Daily News, explaining his decision to teach his popular Introduction to the History of Art course in the Art Gallery's McNeil Auditorium—which has no wireless Internet access. The alternative was the Law School auditorium, which is larger but has wi-fi. Nemerov's decision meant capping the class's enrollment at 270


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