Teas of the week: Aquaculture and magic

We are all relieved to have reached the last week of classes, so what better to celebrate than with some fun Master’s Teas? If you adored “Eating Animals,” head over on to the Swing Space Common room Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. to see Josh Goldman, the founder and CEO of Australis Aquaculture. Goldman is a […]

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Teas of week: Communism, pow wows and Plato

Bulldog Days is this week, which means there will be plenty of events and Master’s Teas on campus. Although they may be meant to entice Yale’s Class of 2015, we can still enjoy them as a reminder of why we chose Yale in the first place. Communism and animals? This Master’s Tea is not about […]

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Teas of the week: Documentary film, the New Yorker and Bach

With spring coming our way, it would take something incredibly intriguing to keep us inside. Luckily, there are some Master’s Teas this week that may do the trick. On Monday April 4, Fazeelat Aslam, a documentary film producer, freelance journalist and human rights activist who is currently based in Pakistan, will hold a Master’s Tea […]

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Teas of the week: Dr. Ruth and riot grrrl

If you missed Master’s Teas during Spring Break, don’t fret — they are back. What better way to kick-start the final weeks of the semester than with a Master’s Tea with Dr. Ruth? Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a legendary psychologist and sex therapist, will be discussing her research on cultural communities in Israel, including the Bedouin, […]

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Teas of the week: Finance, the environment and literature

With Spring Break only a week away, you only have a few more days to catch some interesting master’s teas. If you are interested in global finance, you will want to head over at 4 p.m. on Monday to Trumbull to see Stephen Roach who is the Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, the Chief Economist […]

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Teas of the week: “Seinfeld” and sports

No, James Franco GRD ’16 is not giving a master’s tea this week about how he is preparing to host Sunday’s Oscars, but there are still some other teas you may want to check out. For the Yalies who can’t get enough sports action, check out Saybrook’s master’s tea, cosponsored by us at the News, […]

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Teas of the week: Courts and history

Even with the weather a tempting 50 degrees this week, there are still a couple of master’s teas that may keep you inside. Tomorrow at 4 p.m. in Davenport, Stephen Bright will hold a master’s tea on “From Debtors’ Prisons to the Death Penalty—Race, Poverty and Other Injustices in the Criminal Courts.” Bright has won […]

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Teas of the week: “Crazy Heart,” “The Daily Show” and “Dreaming in Chinese”

Although we must wave goodbye to the exciting weekend, with the Freshman Dance and the Super Bowl, we have a full week of master’s teas ahead. With three all on Wednesday at 4 p.m., you may have to make a tough decision. For all future entrepreneurs, political chairmen, philanthropists or anyone who strives to obtain […]

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Teas of the week: Food, Frum and journalism

January may be coming to an end, but February promises a handful of intriguing master’s teas. Here are the teas that may interest you this week: The Yale Iron Chefs who made it past the preliminaries early today may want to check out and learn a few tips from Mark Furstenberg, a bread baking connoisseur […]

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Teas of the week

With temperature below freezing this week and “Glee” not starting back up until Superbowl Sunday, you might find yourself in your dorm room filled with ennui. However, some master’s teas this week may pique your interest. History and comics. This combination may sound odd, but Kate Beaton wittily combines the two for her webcomic “Hark! […]

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Shopping period dispatch: Classes worth rising for

Set your alarm clock! These early morning classes, ranging from psychology to accounting, have generated positive feedback in the past from online course evaluations and are being offered this spring semester, before 10 a.m. You might want to grab a double latte and check out them out. First, Kelly Brownell’s class “Psychology, Biology and Politics […]

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Whiffs to sing at Alice Tully Hall pediatric AIDS benefit

Fresh off their network television run, the Whiffenpoofs, will perform in the first annual “Ivy Light: Sing Out, Raise Hope, Eliminate Pediatric AIDS” benefit concert, according to a release from the Yale Office of Public Affairs & Communications. The concert will take place on Dec. 18 at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center in New […]

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