Ricardo Martínez Ortega


The man who believed too much

One hundred years ago, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lectured at Yale—not about Sherlock Holmes, but about talking to the dead.
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Blog: Daily Snap

Same pandemic, different year

Yale College students began moving in last Friday, and classes—albeit remote...


A reckoning with our past

Yale examines its historical ties with slavery.


Career pivots

Think it’s time for a change? Read about several alums who shook things up in their work life.
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Light & Verity

Grand strategy director resigns over donor involvement

The president apologizes after a New York Times article breaks the news.
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Sporting Life

The return of The Game

Varsity sports were back this fall--and the football team lost a heartbreaker to Harvard.

In the magazine

Light & Verity

Bob Handelman
University will pay more to New Haven
A new agreement puts an extra $52 million in the city’s coffers.
Unions and university agree on contract Growth spurt View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

King of the castle
Handsome Dan XIX has a new competition-winning doghouse.
Holding class outdoors Changes afoot View all Scene on Campus


Temper they can't control
What the brain can tell us about childhood aggression.
Pregnant? Maybe go easy on the acetaminophen Not muses, but musicians View all Findings



Wish you were here
Antique postcards reveal views of a Yale most of us never saw.
Left on the drawing board Remaking Science Hill View all Campus


Five festive weekends
The university will host an extra commencement celebration and extra reunions this spring to make up for COVID years.
Conversations across time Biden's Bulldogs View all Alumni

Faculty & Staff

Frances Rosenbluth dies at 63
She was the first woman to chair the political science department.
A life transformed by mambo Turning chemistry green View all Faculty & Staff