Tremors

Como un polvorón crujiente, un mazapán recién abierto Los edificios de la ciudad se derrumbaron Convertidos en un polvo cruel Las calles se llenaron de personas preocupadas, Ciudadanos confundidos, tal vez derrotados   Tan sólo lo pude ver en las noticias Con seres queridos, yo no pude estar Gracias a dios, la mia esta bien,…

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Holy, Holy, Holy

  I have struggled for nearly three years with Wallace Stevens’ “Sunday Morning.” Since having sex with another man for the first time last weekend, it’s felt yet more pressing to understand this poem. Ostensibly, there is no connection between sex and Stevens’ poem about losing faith. Perhaps a more fitting poem to commemorate the…

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College Formerly Known As Calhoun Renamed for Grace Hopper

Today, the Yale corporation announced that the name of Calhoun College will be changed to honor instead the legacy of Grace Murray Hopper ‘30 M.A, ‘34 Ph.D. The decision was made yesterday during the Corporation’s scheduled February meeting. The perception of Calhoun’s historical legacy as one that promoted slavery as a “positive good” was a…

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FRIDAY: Center Conceived by Student Activists Will Hold Summer Research Symposium

by Alejandra Padín-Dujon (Editor-in-Chief) This Friday, September 23rd from 2-5pm, Yale’s newly-created Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration (RITM) will hold its inaugural Summer Student Research Symposium in Luce Hall. The symposium – the first of its kind since student advocates for comprehensive ethnic studies brought about the Center’s creation last year – takes place amid a…

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