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March 2003
Volume 66, Number 5

Feature stories:


Training the Next Leaders

When Paul Kennedy, John Gaddis, and Charles Hill looked at their students, they saw the next generation of top diplomats, executives, military officers, and maybe even a US president. In a course on “grand strategy,” the professors offer the “big picture” principles that can help shape future leaders.



A Neighborhood for Cures

The Medical School’s Congress Avenue Building, the largest structure built by Yale in 70 years, is designed to bring research and teaching into the 21st century by encouraging collaborations between scientists, physicians, and students.



Collateral Damage

Amid the chaos of World War II, Yale art professor Deane Keller had one job: to put masterpieces of Italian art back where they belonged. His papers at Sterling Memorial Library include a remarkable photographic record of his mission.




Light & Verity
+  students’ deaths a tragic blow
+  union talks stall
+  rating courses online
+  cretaceous hommage
+  freshman with a racket

Meryl Streep; presiding at the Press; half an odd couple.

Defining Modernism with Degas; shrew taming.

From the Archives

Inside the Blue Book
A new interest in Arabic.

In Print
Searching for a father; a journalist’s journalist; Jovian poet.

News from Alumni House

A new service at the Yale Rep offers “eyes” for the blind.

Old Yale
Irving Fisher’s interests ranged from economic indices to health food to world peace.


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