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February 1995
Volume 58, Number 4

Feature stories:

The Play’s Still the Thing

While theater has a long history at Yale as a professional pursuit, some of the most vigorous dramatists are the undergraduate amateurs.


$1 Billion and Counting

To mark the halfway point of its capital campaign, Yale threw a party of “milestone” proportions. But the hardest part of the fundraising remains.


The Arts Amid Academe

Much of Yale’s reputation rests on the bankers, lawyers, and diplomats who swell its alumni ranks. Forget not the painters, musicians, and architects!


Myths of the “Model Minority”

Asian-Americans are supposed to be hard-working whizzes at math and science, and content with their collegiate lot. Not necessarily.


A Beautiful Day in the Fall

The football finale in Cambridge contributed a happy ending to an otherwise grim athletic season.





From the Archives

Light & Verity
+  a flap over Western Civ
+  the Russian Chorus goes to Washington
+  aiding New Haven’s library
+  a boost for tech-transfer
+  Harkness alight
+  the bluing of Harvard Magazine

In Print



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