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DKE & YPU: Filling precedential shoes

October 7, 2004 • 0
Before they were presidential candidates in 2004, they were presidents at Yale in the 1960s. Years before he would move onto the White House, George W. Bush ’68 ruled the roost as President of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. And before John Kerry ’66 hit the campaign trail, he practiced his rhetorical skills as President of »
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Despite restrictions, interest in study abroad is stable

November 7, 2003 • 0
In just a few minutes, the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001 drastically changed the lives of many Americans. Not only were thousands of people murdered and not only was an international landmark destroyed, but the nation’s sense of security was threatened; Americans’ views of the world changed. Perhaps, then, it does not seem unreasonable »
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Shoeless in Seattle, and now at Yale

September 25, 2003 • 0
As Sofia Fenner ’07 and her mother trudged up four flights of stairs to her room in Durfee Hall on move-in-day, Fenner, as usual, was paying a great deal attention to where she was walking. Of course, all the freshmen were probably paying a lot of attention to where they were going too, right? So »
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Spotlight on: Ranidu Lankage

April 24, 2003 • 0
As I prepared for my interview with Ranidu Lankage ’05, I placed my reporter’s notebook and pencil in my bag and was on my way. But then I stopped. Should I have brought a separate sheet of paper so I could get his autograph? After all, if I were a teenage Sri Lankan girl, I »