Stephen Gikow
Service concludes Women’s Day celebration

Speaking at a special worship Sunday morning at the Afro-American Cultural Center, Pastor Nadine Lowe talked to women about their religious and social value. “[God] […]

Multifaith council grows

In keeping with its mission to promote interfaith tolerance and appreciation, Yale’s Multifaith Council added five new members shortly before spring break. The council gives […]

Student Buddhist society offers meditation, respite

Students sit cross-legged on the edges of their cushions, backs straight and heads tilted slightly downward. Their gazes are aimed at the floor, just past […]

Mattson talks real, potential roles of women in Islam

Hartford Seminary Islamic Studies professor Ingrid Mattson discussed the role of women in Islam at a Trumbull College Master’s Tea Thursday. The talk was one […]

Muslim presence increases

In the past decade, Muslim communities have grown significantly across the nation. Yale is not an exception. As the Muslim student body continues to expand, […]

Jewish students find range of options at Slifka

James Ponet admires Yale’s Jewish students for their adventurousness. “One of the wonderful things is that the Jewish students do a lot of experimenting,” Ponet, […]

Forged fliers bear Reverend Streets’ name

Fliers bearing the Ten Commandments and a note supposedly written by Yale University Chaplain Frederick Streets circulated throughout rooms in Linsly-Chittenden Hall early this week. […]

Suit alleges policy failure

Stephanie Urie DIV ’02 filed a lawsuit last week against the University for allegedly failing to protect her once she came forward with sexual abuse […]

Church responds to student popularity

The St. Thomas More chapel can seat up to 350 people, yet both Sunday Masses are standing room only, said Father Robert Beloin, the church’s […]

Church scandal hits New Haven

The public has responded viscerally to allegations of sexual abuse against priests in the Catholic Church in recent years. Last weekend, the issue came closer […]

Rev. Streets promotes liberal social justice

While serving as Yale University chaplain, the Rev. Frederick Streets has been active both internationally and locally, participating in the Harvard University Program in Refugee […]