The alchemist of costuming

Jane Greenwood, Broadway's most prolific designer, turns cloth into character.

By Cathy Shufro


"Irascible and difficult."  "Very intense." And beloved.

Aldo Parisot was one of Yale's most famous musicians. He was also, possibly, its most idiosyncratic personality.

By Matthew Guerrieri Ico comments 2 comments


Within reach

Robotics has long tried to mimic the human hand. Yale engineer Aaron Dollar thinks there’s a better way.

By Dylan Walsh ’11MEM Ico comments 1 comment

From the Editor

From Chile to the Renaissance

An immigrant alumna's path to success.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: March/April 2019

Where They Are Now

Ever wondered who created autocorrect?

Ken Kocienda '88 was principal engineer on software for the iPhone.

By David Silverberg Ico comments 1 comment

Scene on Campus


Don’t worry—they'll put Beinecke Plaza back just the way they found it.

New Haven

A place to live with HIV and AIDS

Leeway is Connecticut's only skilled-nursing center for people with HIV and AIDS.

By Caroline Lester ’14

Old Yale

Uncommon leadership

When Yale dining was in trouble, Cora Colburn was the answer.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Sporting Life

Captain Courageous

Meredith Speck '15 is the first Yalie to play in the National Women’s Soccer League.

By Adele Jackson-Gibson ’13

Last Look

History under glass

A new boathouse has ties to old Yale.

Q&A: Peter Salovey

Faculty matters

The president on recent investments in faculty.