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February 1994
Volume 57, Number 4

Feature stories:

This Thing Called Love

Birds and bees do it, but lab rats don’t, which has not stopped two Yale psychologists from trying to quantify one of life’s most elusive phenomena.


An Officer for All Seasons

Linda Koch Lorimer gave up a college presidency to become Secretary of the University. Her assignment includes security, town-gown relations, and just about anything else that “pops up on Rick Levin’s screen.”


Making a Place for Learning

As an educational environment, Yale is much more than a mere campus, something made clear in the AYA’s fall assembly.



This year’s football season was eminently forgettable—until the closing moments of The Game, when the ghosts of 1968 threatened an uncanny return visit.




From the Archives

Light & Verity
+ a reprieve for the engineering program
+  new light on Averell Harriman’s secret diplomacy
+  Yale Station upsets Harvard
+  spring practice for football
+  the Music School’s centennial
+  building bridges to Moscow
+  mitigating migraine
+  a 400-pound Dr. Babar

Out of the Blue


College Comment

In Print



News from Alumni House

Old Yale


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