The architect at work

Art history isn’t just the finished product. You also need to see the rough drafts.

By Mark Branch


Why Batman went to Yale

Batman has no superpowers; he is a great detective thanks to sheer brains and drive. The man is an overachiever.

By Kathrin Lassila


Bruce Wayne's verbal legacy

From Zamm! to “Holy Interplanetary Yardstick, Batman!”: a critical analysis

By Fred Shapiro


Holy Eli, Batman!

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

By Chip Kidd


A delicate balance

Josh Rodarmel ’07 and his brother have shot to success selling bracelets to help athletes “maximize their potential.” Today, they're facing lawsuits. But they still believe in their company.

By Alexander Goldberger

From the Editor

Yale's president, still at work

By Kathrin Lassila

Letters to the Editor

Our readers respond

Where They Are Now

Taking Seattle by Storm

By Meri-Jo Borzilleri

Scene on Campus

Let it snow

Old Yale

Yale's first female dean

By Judith Schiff


Using science to fight poverty

By Dean Karlan, Jacob Appel

Sporting Life

The end of a long, fine run

By Bruce Fellman

Sporting Life

Sports shorts

School Notes

School Notes

A supplement to the Yale Alumni Magazine from the fourteen schools of Yale.

In Memoriam

Recent alumni deaths

Last Look

Big bird