Audubon’s works, off the endangered list

A tale of salvation: how some of the remaining copper plates of Audubon’s Birds of America were rescued.

By Geoffrey Giller


The digital evolution of teaching at Yale

The revolution already happened. Now what’s the best way to use it?

By David Zax



Can Yale-NUS recreate residential college life in tropical high-rise towers? We take a look at the Singapore college’s new campus.

By Mark Alden Branch


Change of course

Former Yale president Richard Levin now runs Coursera, a MOOC company. Life is different.

By Paul Needham

From the Editor

Musical interlude

Hearing the differences in two priceless violins.

By Kathrin Lassila

Letters to the Editor

Reactions on race, speech, and values

Where They Are Now

The historian behind the Broadway blockbuster

Before Hamilton the hip-hop hit, there was Hamilton the biography.

By Mark Blankenship

Scene on Campus


Remarkable photos of Yaledancers, a student dance troupe.

New Haven

Putting out the welcome mat for refugees

A New Haven nonprofit helps refugees feel at home, and get on their feet.

By Peggy Kalb Ico comments 1 comment

Old Yale

Yale’s first student from Ireland

A Presbyterian, born in Belfast, who championed Catholics.

By Judith Schiff Ico comments 1 comment

Last Look


A place to ponder, Buddhist-style, in the Art Gallery sculpture garden.

Q&A: Peter Salovey

What goes on at Davos

President Salovey talks about the World Economic Forum.

By Kathrin Lassila