Volume 76, Number 2
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.
What should Yale be looking for in Levin’s successor?
As with so much at Yale, speculation on campus about
potential presidential candidates is mostly low-key and refined. Still, there’s
been some chatter. Here’s what we’ve heard.
Levin Looks Back
In an interview, the president talks about his best and worst moments—and unfinished business.
Far From Home, Briefly
Why 154 Yale alumni paid $2,000 each, plus plane fare, to work for free in Ghana.
First Days At Yale
“Don’t be shy,” Yale’s president told the incoming Class of 2016. We talked to a few first-years, and found out they’re not.
Undergraduate education and the research university.
First-years talk about their first impressions.
Online extras include:
A news blog with daily updates tracking Yale and its alumni.
The Yalie of the Week
An alum who has been making headlines—whether for better or for worse.