Bush and Yale

George H. W. Bush ’48 was the quintessential Eli. But he changed. And so did Yale.

By David Frum ’82, ’82MA Ico comments 2 comments


A place to bond

In a local running club, an alumnus finds his sons a haven in New Haven.

By Jake Halpern ’97


“The Vishnu”

Christopher Buckley ’75 recalls his time as a Bush speechwriter.

By Christopher Buckley ’75 Ico comments 1 comment


My lunch with Caleb

You think solving a crossword puzzle is hard? Try making one.

By Alex Beam ’75

From the Editor

Hanna Gray's extraordinary life

In a new memoir, Yale's first woman president looks back--and forward.

By Kathrin Day Lassila ’81

Letters to the Editor

Letters: January/February 2019

Where They Are Now

Math for the masses

Former teacher and “terrible artist” Ben Orlin ’09 expands his reach through his blog and new book Math With Bad Drawings.

By Bruce Fellman

Scene on Campus

Out to the ball game

A historic football rivalry in historic Fenway Park.

Old Yale

His fair city

Yale alum Carter Harrison lived and died with the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair.

By Judith Ann Schiff

Sporting Life

Fall sports highlights: another title in volleyball

A middling year for football ends at Fenway Park.

By Evan Frondorf ’14

Last Look

Arts and letters

You don't have to be a Yalie to solve this crossword puzzle—but it might help.

By Caleb Madison ’15

Last Look

Crossword puzzle answers

Ico comments 8 comments

Q&A: Peter Salovey

Yale abroad

The president discusses the university’s historic and emerging international connections.