Author decodes Morse intricacies

March 3, 2004
Samuel F. B. Morse 1810 was unhappy when he first arrived at Yale — and it had nothing to do with the angles in the corners of his room. After he entered Yale at the age of 14, his parents made him live off-campus. Once, when he wrote a letter to his father in Latin, »

Perkins criticizes racism in church

February 23, 2004
Songs of praise from the Yale Gospel Choir, clapping, and affirmations of “Amen” filled the First and Summerfield United Methodist Church Friday night, but instead of leading a religious service after his rousing introduction, civil rights activist John M. Perkins discussed “Social Justice and Faith Today: The Conscience of a Civil Rights Activist.” Perkins spoke »