Jeff Gire, 27 Aug 2015
Blye Faust ’97 knew that the subject of her film was an incredible story. The unbelievable part was that no one had told it yet.
Christine Long Brunkhorst '83, 19 Aug 2015
Fr. Ted Rynes was more than a professor and a college advisor. He was a beacon that showed students the way to learn and write and live.
Rich Karlgaard and Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77, 12 Aug 2015
Ronald Reagan knew how to build a winning political team. So did Bill Clinton. Their secret? They ignored the conventional wisdom.
Sharon M. K. Kugler ’81, 2 Aug 2015
The first woman chaplain at Yale University explores leadership, faith, and the place of Good Humor in chaplaincy. And yes, she means ice cream.
Jeff Gire, 27 Jul 2015
Charlie Graham’s friend and fellow catcher wasn’t just clever behind the plate. He was an undercover agent for the OSS.
David DeCosse, Edwin Maurer, and John Farnsworth, 22 Jul 2015
“Laudato Si” gives a comprehensive critique of our climate crisis and a vision for the future.
Madeleine Albright, 10 Jul 2015
A President’s Speaker Series address by the former secretary of state. Diplomacy is no game of chess today, she says. Think billiards.
Sam Scott ’96, 6 Jul 2015
On the way to an historic 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup win, no one silenced opposing attackers more completely than center back Julie Johnston ’14.
Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77, 1 Jul 2015
The hidden history behind the heart of ingenuity.
Maya Kroth ’01, 1 Jul 2015
On a Fulbright to Spain, in pursuit of the meaning of sleep. In the 21st century, it’s not what it used to be.