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The expat grandparents

An ever-changing, multi-generational Chinese community has sprung up at the north end of campus.

Light & Verity

Courtesy Ryan Boyko ’18PhD
Students help track Ebola in Liberia
You heard about the quarantine. Here’s what you missed.
Med school under fire over gender issues The Supremes play Woolsey Hall View all Light & Verity

Where They Are Now

Designer, Type A
An alumna tells how she became the villain on a reality TV show.
A career in moonshine Action in the wake of tragedy View all Where They Are Now

Findings

The right stuff
Heroism: it’s not something you stop to think about.
Solar panel envy The straight poop View all Findings

Last Look

Potemkin college
A preview of the new residential colleges.
Stephanie the Riveter The bird has landed View all Last Look

Milestones

An advocate for Yale women
Remembering Elga Wasserman ’76JD, who led coeducation in the college.
Wolfgang Leonhard, 1921–2014 White House honors for history prof View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

Not what it seems
Object lesson: using science and connoisseurship to investigate a possible fake antique.
Reviews You can quote them: collegiate slang View all Arts & Culture

Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sexual misconduct and fairness
Greenhouse gases and Yale Crossing the borders View all Q&A: Peter Salovey

Sporting Life

Fall sports highlights: 2014
Volleyball wins a fifth straight Ivy title; excitement but disappointment at The Game.
Bulldog becomes Wildcat Spring sports highlights: 2014 View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

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When everything’s in a name
The choice of residential college names will say a lot about how Yale sees itself today.
How to tell Yalies about yourself Professors emeriti tell their stories View all From the Editor

New Haven

Courtesy SLAM Collaborative, Inc.
The Shubert at 100
A way-off-Broadway theater with a Broadway history.
Teaching for the teachers Whispering Galleries View all New Haven

Old Yale

Yale’s World War I flying ace
William Thaw ’15 was one of the founding members of the famed Lafayette Escadrille.
The first Yale Club Dual-career couple View all Old Yale

Scene on Campus

David Ottenstein ’82
Above it all
Flying over New Haven with a Sterling professor.
No hurry Green lab View all Scene on Campus

Where They Are Now

A gentleman’s guide to success
How a Tony nominee decided he really was an actor.
Science for five million—and counting Board-book bard View all Where They Are Now

Light & Verity

Home away from home
Yale’s new base in Beijing.
People people Dogfight View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

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 Web Extra