Kathrin Lassila

  • From the Editor

    A maven of Yale history

    Judith Ann Schiff has plumbed the university’s archives for 53 years.

    July 1 2014
  • Q&A: Rick Levin

    How Yale decides on honorary degrees

    An alumnus asks, "Why not honor an unsung hero?"

    December 31 2007
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    From the Editor

    Elihu Yale, nabob

    A new book details the life—and collections—of the university's namesake.

    March 1 2014
  • Q&A: Peter Salovey

    Help wanted

    The president talks about seven deanships, being filled in a span of two years.

    September 1 2015
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    From the Editor

    My non-resignation letter

    About our new publishing arrangement with Yale.

    June 29 2015 | Ico comments 1 comment
  • features

    The populist inauguration

    Yale’s 23rd president didn’t celebrate his inauguration in black tie. Instead, he ordered up bite-sized, blue-frosted cupcakes, a huge, inflatable bulldog, and bluegrass.

    October 31 2013
  • Q&A: Peter Salovey

    WWI, Yale, and a tradition of service

    The text on a Yale diploma confers “responsibilities,” not “privileges.”

    May 1 2017
  • Q&A: Peter Salovey

    What goes on at Davos

    President Salovey talks about the World Economic Forum.

    March 1 2016