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Michael Kirkham

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The climate in California

America's most populous state has reduced its carbon output to 1990 levels. One determined Yalie has led the charge.
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Inimitable

Harold Bloom, 1930-2019

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The race to cut carbon

How fast can Yale stop producing CO2?
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The big picture

Yale geographer Karen Seto uses satellite imagery to find out what urban growth is doing to the planet.

Arts & Culture

Reviews: January/February 2020

An anthology of migration literature; a novel imagines dark magic in Yale's senior societies.

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150 years of art: introduction

The Yale School of Art was an afterthought. Until it became the best.

Light & Verity

Meetings of the minds
A new laboratory building helps remake Science Hill.
Old haunts, lost and found Climate protest delays The Game View all Light & Verity

Scene on Campus

But will it fit on the page?
Last call for drawing the Peabody's dinosaurs--till 2023.
Furnished loft Off-road View all Scene on Campus

Findings

Room for digital improvement
Medical E-records get an F in usability.
Chicago’s "crime gap" Don’t blame it on the Medes View all Findings

Last Look

When the Constitution went public
In the Beinecke, a first edition of America’s user’s manual.
Yale students walk the walk Bridge over untroubled waters View all Last Look

Milestones

New coast. New career.
Former dean Mary Miller '81PhD lands at the Getty.
New director for Center for British Art Cesar Pelli, 1926–2019 View all Milestones

Arts & Culture

From Baroque to moonscape
Cristal Baschet is both a work of art and a musical instrument, and its timbres can oscillate from exquisite to otherworldly.
A century of poets Learning to listen View all Arts & Culture

President's Letter

Yale and the climate
The university's initiatives to combat climate change.
Sharing Yale Women of Yale View all President's Letter

Sporting Life

Fall highlights: three teams win Ivy titles
A thrilling football finale was just one piece of a great sports season.
A tournament for tennis up-and-comers Chosen View all Sporting Life

From the Editor

Gospel and blues, Part 2
A student production goes on the road--for history.
Thinking is harder than we think Recognizing women View all From the Editor

New Haven

Banner years
A series of tributes to New Haven natives.
A place to live with HIV and AIDS New Haven’s artistic Oktoberfest View all New Haven

Old Yale

When alumni got the vote
In the 1870s, the Young Yale movement pushed for reforms, including the election of trustees.
The library at war A "Select Course" that helped reshape Yale View all Old Yale

Where They Are Now

Lost
A Law School alum takes on family separations at the border.
"No one thought a library would change." Ever wondered who created autocorrect? View all Where They Are Now

Scene on Campus

Behind the screen
Ancient tales, told with shadow puppets and gamelan music.
Doctors in the house Groundbreaking View all Scene on Campus

Light & Verity

Mark Zurolo ’01MFA
New provost will be a "student of Yale"
Scott Strobel is a biochemist and a versatile administrator.
By the numbers: gender and majors A new mayor with Yale ties View all Light & Verity

Web Extra

Brad Trent
The green fields of the mind
Baseball “breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart.”
Calhoun College: a timeline List: 41 secret societies at Yale View all Web Extra