Author decodes Morse intricacies

March 3, 2004 • 0
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 • 0
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 »