The Press: Greenhorn at Yale

Alexis de Tocqueville once said that he had "not attempted to see differently from others, but to look further." In a sense, this is the purpose of the Yale Review.

—The Yale Review

By the prevailing chronological standards at Yale University, the Yale Review is as green as any freshman. It did not appear on the New Haven scene until the 200th year of a university already laden with antiquities. It is much younger, for example, than old Connecticut Hall (completed 1752), the tavern known as Mory's (b. 1861), or even Boola Boola (1897).* But last week, as it observed its 50th year...

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