Freedom of mind

Through the Yale Prison Education Initiative, faculty are bringing Yale courses to people behind bars.

By Dylan Walsh ’11MEM Ico comments 1 comment


Fifty years on . . . and the music never stopped.

They met on Old Campus in the opening days of freshman year. They've been a band ever since.

By Jonathan Levi ’77 Ico comments 10 comments


How to shore up a university

Benno Schmidt Jr. '63, '66LLB, who died in July, faced some difficult decisions as president of Yale.

By Peggy Edersheim Kalb ’86

From the Editor

The colors of summer

What blooms in the campus's quietest season.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: September/October 2023

Readers write back about Marilynn Malerba '15DNP, the origins of Doonesbury, and more.

Where They Are Now

Just read the entrails

Leigh Bardugo '97 on why her new fantasy novel is set in Sterling Library.

By Anna Reisman ’86

Scene on Campus

Lighting the way

An art installation digs into the complexities of quantum computing.

President's Letter

Milestones in nursing

By Peter Salovey ’86PhD

Old Yale

Coach Alice

Mrs. Walter Camp helped coach three national championship teams at Yale.

By Mark Alden Branch ’86

Last Look

Flowering at Yale

What's blooming at the Marsh gardens.