Times correspondent sheds light on foreign affairs

David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times, spoke Monday afternoon about differences in the foreign policy agendas of the Barack Obama and George W. Bush administrations. In front of roughly 50 attendees in Linsly-Chittenden Hall, Sanger discussed the “fearsome list of global problems” that President Obama faced upon taking office, including the […]

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Politician pushes for civil rights

James Clyburn, the third-ranking Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives, told a crowd of roughly 30 students Monday afternoon that meaningful political reform requires dedication and persistence. At the Branford College Master’s Tea, co-sponsored by the Yale College Democrats and the Black Students Alliance at Yale, Clyburn discussed how his childhood in Sumter, South […]

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Yale Rep announces cast for “The Realistic Joneses”

The Queen of Indie’s kingdom will soon include the Yale Repertory Theatre. Actress Parker Posey will be starring in The Realistic Joneses, slated to run from April 20-May 12 at the Rep. Written by Pulitzer-prize nominee Will Eno and directed by OBIE Award winner Sam Gold, the play focuses on “two suburban couples who have […]

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New Haven Indy brings backs reader comments

The New Haven Independent brought the comments back on Monday with a new policy for keeping the discussion civil. The online news outlet first cut off comments a few weeks ago, after less thought-provoking, and more libelous comments started to dominate the Independent’s comment boards, according to the article. With the return of the boards, […]

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