Uncategorized | 12:50 pm | September 20, 2008 | By Jcastillo

3 and out

Yale’s second possession was a quick one. After a Darius Dale false start set the Elis back five yards, the offense couldn’t muster anything.

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  • mountainCLYDE

    I certainly think a case can be made for removing antiquities from a country for the purpose of preserving them, when the country is not able (either through political instability or technological deficiencies) to preserve them on it’s own. But when the country has shown it is capable of preserving those artifacts, as Peru certainly has, it is time for those artifacts to be returned to it’s rightful owner.

    The fact I’m reading on this website that Yale agreed to return the artifacts to Peru in 2007, but has not yet done so, is reprehensible. I expect more from one of our foremost universities. And certainly hope both the Yale Daily News and the student body of Yale will nudge the Yale administration to do what is right.

    -S. Roland
    San Francisco, CA