Commencement 2023: new grads tell their stories

Learning Yiddish, delving into Ancient Rome, exploring DNA.

By Zachary Groz ’24


Commencement 2023

A return to tradition after the pandemic.


Commencement 2023: The Baccalaureate Address


By Peter Salovey ’86PhD


Megaphone Mark, the SDS Scuffle Band, and the birth of Doonesbury

A vintage photo from 1969 sparks some memories.

By Richard Conniff ’73 Ico comments 4 comments


Decisions of the heart

A doctorate in nursing, chief of the Mohegan tribe, and now treasurer of the United States: the distinguished career of Marilynn Malerba '15DNP.

By Aparna Nathan ’17 Ico comments 1 comment

From the Editor

Lifting their voices

Speaking While Female vs. The Silent Woman.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: July/August 2023

Readers write back about Howard Lamar, the Regicides, long COVID, and more.

Where They Are Now

From MIT to NPR

Law grad Jeff Guo '20JD finds a home on the radio with Planet Money.

By Zachary Groz ’24

Scene on Campus

Salsa and electronics

Live music, from the studios of WYBC.com.

President's Letter

From research to policy

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

Old Yale

A vine mess

In 1896, a sprig of ivy ignited a controversy about memory and the Civil War.

By Mark Alden Branch ’86

Sporting Life

Spring sports: end of a rowing era

Steve Gladstone finished his collegiate coaching career with a win over Harvard.

By Evan Frondorf ’14

Last Look

Put that in your pipe and smoke it

Looking back at a Class Day tradition.

Web Extra

Yale University Class Day Address

By Elizabeth Alexander ’84