A guide to student style

Is there a singular “Yale look”? Not anymore. But some students have a keen sense of personal style, whether it comes out in blue blazers or purple high-tops.

By Erica Blonde


Funny business

It took 13 years, but Steve Bodow ’89 finally found a steady job. As head writer and now coproducer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, he has nine Emmys to show for it.

By David Zax


The pioneers

In 1894, when women could not yet vote, seven remarkable scholars became the first women to earn Yale PhDs.

By Liena Vayzman, Ruth Vaughan, Laura Wexler

From the Editor

Family chemistry

Women in science.

By Kathrin Lassila

Letters to the Editor

Our readers respond

Memorable classes; eugenics and Yale; Singapore

Where They Are Now

The game maker

A pioneer video-game designer remembers Karateka, Prince of Persia, and his Apple II.

By David Zax

Scene on Campus

A tune with a view

Enjoying the carillon from the rooftop.

New Haven

Heart and soul

A hymn to New Haven's Green.

By Jennifer Kaylin

Old Yale

The art of compromise

The art school's first dean tried to balance art and administration.

By Judith Schiff Ico comments 1 comment

Sporting Life

The story of “Green Fields of the Mind”

Bart Giamatti’s bittersweet ode to baseball.

By Mark Alden Branch

School Notes

School notes

News from your Yale school.

In Memoriam

Recent alumni deaths

Last Look

Frame of reference

Frames have artistic merit, too.

Web Extra

The green fields of the mind

Baseball “breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart.”

By A. Bartlett Giamatti ’60, ’64PhD Ico comments 2 comments