The forgotten antiwar movement

75 years ago, Yale students founded a national organization. Its mission: to stop America from fighting Hitler.

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Commencement ’16

Graduates celebrated, and some talked to us about their time at Yale. The president talked about community.


Membership in a community: speaking, listening, and finding common ground

The Baccalaureate Address

By Peter Salovey


True nonbeliever

With a charismatic young leader, Yale’s humanists are building a community that looks a little bit like church.

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From the Editor

Strategies of the Grand Strategy course

A course that tries to “equip young people to deal with the unforeseen.”

By Kathrin Lassila

Letters to the Editor

Calhoun, Franklin, Murray, “master,” and more

Our readers respond.

Where They Are Now

The road to Despicable Me

A veteran screenwriter reveals the secret of writing comedy.

By Sarah Lyall

Scene on Campus

The long view

At the newly reopened Center for British Art, a picture-packed 140-foot gallery.

New Haven

Rethinking the city’s front door

Demolition is planned for a site across from the train station.

By John Dillon

Old Yale

Yale after World War II

The Bushes weren’t the only family in extremely close quarters.

By Judith Schiff

Sporting Life

Spring sports highlights: 2016

Heavyweight crew and baseball came close to championships.

By Evan Frondorf

Last Look

Concrete poetry

A poetic installation at Paul Rudolph Hall.

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