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Micah Fredman ’10

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Kerry v. Bush (the daughters). The winner: global health
Barbara Bush ’04, daughter of former President George W. Bush ’68, is CEO of the Global Health Corps.


First Days at Yale
First-years talk about their first impressions.






Weekly sports roundup
The men’s ice hockey team was the only team to compete during reading week.


Exit Levin, Smiling
Richard Levin ’74PhD will step down at the end of this academic year, his 20th as president of Yale. We review the highs and lows of his much-praised tenure.






Vote for president! (Of Princeton. Not that your vote will count.)
A Yale graduate is in the running to be the next president of Princeton University—at least in an unofficial poll.


Far From Home, Briefly
Why 154 Yale alumni paid $2,000 each, plus plane fare, to work for free in Ghana.






Yale-Singapore zingers sling on
Will Singapore’s goverment allow the free expression of ideas at Yale-NUS College?


ROTC’s Return
The sight of men and women in uniform is becoming common on campus again.





+ Koh returning to Yale Law School in January

+ At Yale art gallery, good things come in dozens


From the Archives

Black Tie Optional
The truth about Yale’s naked parties.

Whose Skull & Bones?
Did Skull and Bones rob the grave of Geronimo during World War I?

Why They Call Yale the “Gay Ivy”
Yale has long had a reputation as the Ivy League campus most hospitable to gay students.



Audio of the Yale fight song “Boola Boola” and an earlier song called “La Hoola Boola.”

Panoramic images of the Cushing Center—including the dozens of brains that line its shelves.

Video of former Yale cheerleader Frank Gibson ’49 demonstrating the Long Cheer, a staple at Yale football games for 75 years.


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