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Nature, nurture, or network?

Your friends and family influence your drinking, sleep, weight, and happiness—more than you think.

Light & Verity

British art center will close for a year
An architectural work of art requires meticulous conservation.
Summer school for the publishing industry Non-required reading View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

Action in the wake of tragedy
An alumna works to prevent suicide.
A gentleman’s guide to success Science for five million—and counting View all Web Extra

Findings

Ear training for nurses
Listening to the music of the body.
New growth The deadly underside of food aid View all Findings

Last Look

The bird has landed
For Cross Campus, an evocative modern sculpture.
Joining the clubs Not sold at IKEA View all Last Look

Milestones

White House honors for history prof
David Brion Davis has spent a lifetime studying slavery and its role in building America.
A Peabody kid becomes the museum’s director A life in medicine and prose View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

Remembering Rob
The tragic story of an alum’s early death.
A piece of the puzzle Output View all Arts & Culture

Q&A: Peter Salovey

Crossing the borders
Fostering cross-departmental thinking.
Undergraduates and alcohol Who’s in charge of the faculty? View all Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sporting Life

Spring sports highlights
Coed sailing wins a second straight national title.
Winter sports highlights Fall sports highlights View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

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Professors emeriti tell their stories
A maven of Yale history New Haven: the makeover continues View all From the Editor

New Haven

Tony Fiorini
Teaching for the teachers
Yale faculty and New Haven teachers collaborate.
Whispering Galleries New life for an old synagogue View all New Haven

Where They Are Now

The first Yale Club
150 years ago, Cincinnati Yalies decided to meet more often.
Dual-career couple Robert Moses and the World’s Fair View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

Mark Ostow
Green lab
Farming on Yale’s western frontier.
Data art Stethoscopes and lederhosen? View all Scene on Campus

Old Yale

Board-book bard
Sandra Boynton ’74 talks about drawing—and singing in pig latin.
Excommunicated Hail to the taxi chief View all Old Yale

Light & Verity

Worth a thousand words
A recent grad spends a year walking across the country—in silence.
Pickup band Yale’s first sixth-grade graduation View all Light & Verity

Where They Are Now

List: 41 secret societies at Yale
All the societies we know about, as of spring 2014.
On retiring as the president’s wife The green fields of the mind View all Where They Are Now