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May 2003
Volume 66, Number 7

Feature stories:

May 2003 cover  

Senior Society

What becomes of a professor once the word “emeritus” is pinned to the title? A continued and vital academic life for emeriti is the goal of the Henry Koerner Center. And as four profiles show, Koerner fellows are not exactly retiring types.



Red Sox and a Blue Leader

Theo Epstein ’95, the new general manager of the Boston baseball team, is the latest Yale man to run the Red Sox.



It’s All Political

While staffing up to meet an ever-growing undergraduate demand for its courses, the political science department is taking an ecumenical approach to the schism between empiricists and philosophers in the field.



The Gallery Goes Home

This summer, the Art Gallery begins a decade-long, $94 million renovation and expansion plan that involves reclaiming the Old Gallery and Street Hall.




Light & Verity
+  a report on the College
+  the campus in wartime
YDN at 125
+  tough market for seniors
+  a star on the ice

Winter Scores

Watercolorists; Waterston.

From the Archives

Inside the Blue Book
Norman Bates on the couch.

Adieu, Georges May; White House honors for two profs.

Matters of taste.

In Print
Yale’s President reflects; new financial order; George W.

College Comment
A senior faces a tough critic—herself four years ago.

News from Alumni House

Old Yale
The joys and risks of flying.


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