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November 2001
Volume 65, Number 2

Feature stories:

A More Global Yale

Initiatives like the new Yale Center for the Study of Globalization are part of an ongoing effort to make the University more international in scope. Since September 11, that effort has become more complex—and more essential.



Belief, Bricks, and Beyond

The Yale Divinity School has had its share of woes in recent years, but a new dean and the implementation of a plan to rebuild YDS both physically and academically are creating a positive stir.



A British Blockbuster

For Yale’s Tercentennial, the Center for British Art wanted to stage an exhibition that would be even grander than previous shows. The result is a display of more than 80 masterpieces culled from the best collections in the country.




Light & Verity
+  a grant for genome research
+  New Haven housing crunch
+  an unusual Corporation candidacy
+  serious frisbee

Maps; prison art; Peru.

College Comment
When even a student can’t ignore the world.

New Drama dean; Hart and Coffin discuss September 11.

A split-personality plant.

Out of the Blue
An alumna on the mommy track thinks about priorities.

In Print
Corsets; legal malpractice; poems inspired by art.

From the Archives

Inside the Blue Book
A philosophical look at death.

News from Alumni House

Old Yale
The first dean of the College.


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