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Speaker talks gender, Iraq war

March 26, 2003 • 0
Explaining that women in Iraq are most affected by the ongoing war, women’s rights activist Vivian Stromberg urged students and faculty members to actively protest the war Tuesday afternoon. Stromberg, the executive director of MADRE — an international organization dedicated to promoting human rights for women and families — discussed gender discrimination in the context »
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WYBC enjoys expanded space in Temple St. home

November 29, 2001 • 0
It has been nearly two months since WYBC radio was forced to relocate from its Hendrie Hall studio to the Olympia Building on Temple Street, but the move has provided the undergraduate-run radio station with several opportunities to revamp its overall working environment. The organization had no choice but to move from Hendrie last summer »
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Lieberman reassures workers at post office

November 5, 2001 • 0
Jittery New Haven post office workers fearing another rash of anthrax attacks received a dose of comfort from their senator Friday. Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 met with employees of the New Haven post office on Brewery Street to answer their questions and assuage fears. With him were representatives from local postal worker »
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Yalie hired by Phi Beta Kappa as exec. sec.

October 9, 2001 • 0
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest academic honor society, has named John Churchill GRD ’77 its new executive secretary. Churchill will assume the position of executive secretary on Dec. 3 at the Society’s national headquarters in Washington, D.C. He said he was exhilarated to take on the job and that the new title will be »
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YCC, FCC announce results of elections

September 19, 2001 • 0
Last week 1,254 Yale undergraduates voted online for Yale College Council and Freshman Class Council representatives for the upcoming academic year. After Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, the voting deadline for the elections was postponed a day to allow more students to participate. According to the Yalestation.org Web site, which hosted the »