Opinion

In expanding, Yale should follow Cambridge lead

February 6, 2008 • 4
Twice a century, Yale College gets a chance to reinvent itself. In the 1920s and ’30s, the University created the modern Yale College and its hallmark residential college system, borrowing from the ancient Oxford and Cambridge model. In the 1960s, Yale built Ezra Stiles and Morse, with a design that seemed like a good idea »