Tag Archives: Yale University

Extended Family

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On the phone from Changsha, China, David Youtz, then-president of the Yale-China Association, described the city…

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Hiding in Plain Sight

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“I do not want it anywhere hidden,” Charles Strong wrote of Yale’s proposed memorial to alumni who died in the Civil War. “I want it out in the open.” …

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Encore

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On a recent Saturday in the newly reopened Beinecke Library, Brava! Women Make American Theater was finally getting its time in the spotlight. …

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Grand Reopening

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A photo essay.

When the Beinecke Library reopened in 2016 after a 16-month renovation, its stewards couldn’t have known that a mere three and a half years later, in March of 2020, they’d be forced to close to the public …

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Admission Accomplished

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When it isn’t covered by snow, Maya Lin’s Women’s Table, the fountain sculpture in front of Yale’s Sterling Library, might be found gleaming under a sheen of water. …

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Bits and Pieces

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One of the most valuable collections at the New Haven Museum’s Whitney Library isn’t a set of rare manuscripts or first editions. …

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Super Bowl

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Before what was then the world’s largest stadium could open with the big Yale-Harvard game of 1914, it had to be built. …

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Great Promise

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Just over a decade ago, key New Haven players made a promise to the city’s students: We will make it possible for you to go to college. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 20 – 26)

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Fall into current affairs, live music, visual art and, you know, Fall. …

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Board Room

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News bulletin: Within a one-block radius of Yale’s Cross Campus, the university maintains at least six public bulletin boards, each a point of convergence between the school and the city. …

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