Government acts illogically by bargaining with aid

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Yale can help ease low-income awkwardness

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Donations need not have names attached

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As it expands, Yale can’t lose sight of self

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Homophobes’ ‘coming out’ was eye-opening

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Yale Transit will offer shuttle service for break

Thanksgiving break means long drives and airport delays for some, but Yale Transit hopes to make the trip easier for students traveling home by train by running a shuttle service to New Haven’s Union Station. Yale Transit will be offering hourly service between Phelps Gate and the train station Nov. 19, 20 and 28 for […]

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Guerriero discusses gay issues

Though some have called his lifestyle a contradiction, Executive Director of the Log Cabin Republicans Patrick Guerriero discussed the reality of being both gay and Republican at a Calhoun College Master’s Tea Wednesday. In his talk, Guerriero said the Log Cabin Republicans are not endorsing President George W. Bush’s reelection because of Bush’s support of […]

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Cash-poor YCC drops fall show

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. In past years, Woolsey Hall drew crowds for performances by entertainers such as Jimmy Fallon and Darrell Hammond. But this fall, its stage is empty. The Yale College Council did not organize a performance this fall due to a lack of funds and […]

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Court limits SEIU lawsuit

Superior Court Judge Carl J. Schuman denied Yale-New Haven Hosptial’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought against it by the Service Employees International Union, but dismissed nine of the 15 counts brought against the hospital by SEIU. The suit is one of several challenging the hospital’s billing practices, the first of which was filed by […]

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Former first lady of Yale passes away

Toni Giamatti DRA ’60 was an actress, a mother, and the wife to former Yale President A. Bartlett Giamatti. But what she is perhaps best remembered for is her passion in the classroom during her tenure of more than 20 years at the Hopkins School in New Haven. She died on Saturday, and a private […]

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Students cry YIPPIE! for public sector funds

Benjamin Novick LAW ’06 is putting himself through law school while supporting his pregnant wife. But this summer, he was able to take an unpaid internship with the Office of the Public Defender of the New Haven Judicial District, in part because he received funds to help cover his living expenses from the Yale Incentive […]

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