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  • Lee Sullivan

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    Holy Eli, Batman!

    A secret—known only to a few . . . hidden—like his true identity, for many years . . . stands revealed!

    Mar/Apr 2011
  • Illustration: Michael Gillette

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    Anonymous was a woman

    Your favorite famous quotation: was it by Voltaire? Yogi Berra? Or some woman you’ve never heard of?

    Jan/Feb 2011
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    How I stole a Yale chair

    Jan/Feb 2011
  • Christopher Gardner

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    The brain cutter

    Harvey Cushing, father of modern neurosurgery, performed his first operation as a Yale undergraduate. (The “patient” was a dog.) He didn’t work at Yale again for 40 years. But in his will, he left Yale the fruits of his labor.

    Jan/Feb 2011
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    Commentary

    Alumni on the Singapore spinoff

    Jan/Feb 2011
  • March of Dimes

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    Your Cliff's Notes on Yale School of Medicine

    Some lofty heights, and a few ignominious lows, of 200 years of medical education.

    Nov/Dec 2010