PLOTT: For Buckley College

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Standing Athwart

On an overcast day in January, George Will left his hotel room at The Study with a purposeful stride. He had just arrived at Yale on invitation from the Buckley program, and his first request was for directions to the Elizabethan Club. Inside, Donald Kagan was waiting for his old friend, eager to reunite. The […]


In Excess

During one of the final days of reading week last spring, fraternity presidents sat around a table with Deans Marichal Gentry and John Meeske to discuss a touchy subject — the ban on fall rush practices that had been announced two months prior. The conversation, however, soon shifted into unexpected territory: new methods for combating […]


New YCBA exhibit discovers ship’s hidden treasures

A new exhibit at the Yale Center for British Art opening Thursday tells the story of the capture of an 18th century ship and the artwork aboard that continues to engage researchers today. Organized by Scott Wilcox, Chief Curator of Art Collections at the British Art Center, “The English Prize: The Capture of the Westmorland, […]


Vintage shop pops up on Chapel Street

Until next Wednesday, Yale students can pass up Broadway’s chain retailers in favor of clothing from a bygone era. Wednesday marked the relaunch of {Cut.Cloth}, a New Haven-based vintage pop-up boutique that has opened three times in storefronts around New Haven and once in New York’s TriBeCa neighborhood since its establishment in December 2011. Currently […]


PLOTT: The real war on women

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PLOTT: Expelling work, embracing entitlement

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PLOTT: For the love of money

PLOTT: The conservative manifesto

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