Conversation piece

A bench on the Old Campus is Yale’s memorial to late president A. Bartlett Giamatti. Look carefully. It’s hiding a few secrets.

By Mark Aronson


Get with the programming

Students wield their computers creatively at YHack, one of the nation’s biggest college hackathons.

By Alan Wechsler


Carm Cozza 1930–2018

Yale’s longest-serving football coach never forgot his players. And they'll never forget him.

By Emma Span ’03


Trouble sleeping? There’s hope.

Meir Kryger has treated more than 30,000 people who have sleep problems. And it usually works.

By Tina Kelley ’85 Ico comments 1 comment

From the Editor

Gentle. But a dynamo.

Diane Straus ’73 was a standout in tennis and journalism.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: March/April 2018

Readers reflect on Vincent Scully, professors’ politics, and more.

Where They Are Now

From trucker to fitness guru

An All-Ivy athlete’s mission to help “the working sick.”

By Bruce Fellman

Scene on Campus

Better Living 101

In record numbers, students flock to a psychology course on the good life.

New Haven

Elm City rebellion

New Haven’s Powder House Day has an unlikely hero.

By Mark Alden Branch ’86

Old Yale

A bygone campus

Undergrads now live where the Berkeley Divinity School stood.

By Mark Alden Branch ’86 Ico comments 4 comments

Last Look


Outgoing university photographer Michael Marsland shares one of his favorite shots.

Q&A: Peter Salovey

The entrepreneurial bent

President Salovey talks about a new center for entrepreneurship and creative thinking.