A World War II vet gets his due

Enoch Woodhouse II '52, the last man who served with the Tuskegee Airmen, is still serving the country.

By Alex Beam ’75 Ico comments 2 comments


Summertime, and the reading is easy

Like science fiction? Spy novels? Family sagas? Find these and more in our reviews of novels by alumni authors.

By Leigh Bardugo ’97


Commencement '22: on intellectual humility

The Baccalaureate Address

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD


Commencement '22: and now, in person again

The campus came together to celebrate grads, just like in the before times.


Commencement '22: newly minted graduates tell their stories

Studying nursing in the pandemic, falling for Hillhouse Avenue, and more.

By Cathy Shufro

From the Editor

A promise met

Patricia Melton '83 is helping New Haven students spread their wings without forgetting their roots.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: July/August 2022

Readers write back about the women's hockey team, the trustee election, and more.

Where They Are Now

The chapel Rothko built

Christopher Rothko '85 is working to preserve one of his father's most important works.

By Maria Ricapito ’86

Scene on Campus

Singin' in the rain

So what if people got wet? Spring Fling is back.

President's Letter

Expanding access to a Yale education

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

Old Yale

Splendor on the grass

In the 1880s, Yale and New Haven took up tennis.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Sporting Life

Spring sports teams return in style

After a two-year hiatus, the Bulldogs claimed some national titles.

By Evan Frondorf ’14

Last Look


The Class of 2020 got its turn in the sun with a do-over commencement.