Faculty & Staff

  • Mark Ostow


    First, use plain English

    The author of On Writing Well recalls how he taught Yale students to cut through the clutter.

    Mar/Apr 2009
  • Julie Brown


    By hand

    Theater today thrives on the high-tech and large-scale. But in Hunter Spence's classes, students still learn small-scale artistry and old-fashioned cuss words.

    Jan/Feb 2009
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    Parting words

    Excerpts from commencement remarks around the campus

    Jul/Aug 2008
  • Rudolph Zallinger ’42BFA, ’71MFA


    Extreme makeover

    We bring T. rex and kin into the  21st century.

    May/Jun 2008
  • features

    The patriarch

    Vincent Scully is controversial, combative, the consummate insider but a fighter by nature. He is one of the most influential voices in architecture today -- and maybe the greatest lecturer Yale has ever seen.

    Mar/Apr 2008
  • features

    Man on the street

    How a sharecropper's son deciphered the code of the city.

    Jan/Feb 2008