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Soul de Cuba Doesn’t Disappoint

November 14, 2014
The first time I went to Soul de Cuba was last year, for an end-of-semester dinner with a seminar I had been taking on Haiti. My professor ordered seemingly everything the menu had to offer, and the feast presented to us was both impressive and borderline excessive. I left feeling as if I were about to burst.
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Where the Time Goes: Why Do We Spend So Much Time on Facebook?

October 17, 2014
I want to investigate why I, like many of my friends and classmates at Yale, feel ultimately unsatisfied by the hours, days, weeks and collective years that we’ve spent staring at that familiar blue screen. Why do we spend so much time on Facebook?
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For Children, Kesem Brings Magic

September 5, 2014
Camp Kesem was founded in 2000 at Stanford University to give kids who have a parent who either has, is in remission from, or has been killed by cancer the opportunity to “just be kids,” explains Cortney Lebeda, Camp Kesem Program Director for Yale.
What is the best approach?

Rubber Fish and Business Suits: Fossil Free’s Dilemma

April 18, 2014
The tension, and the question: How loud should Fossil Free Yale be?