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Monthly Archive for October, 2009

Yale Women’s Slavic Chorus will be performing folk and religious songs in Russian and Ukrainian at Wesleyan University. The chorus is the oldest all-female singing group at Yale University.  When: 7PM Friday 10/30/2009  Where: Crowell Concert Hall  Free Admission

WesWars ’09!

Calling all SENIORS, it’s time to REPRESENT!  WesWars ’09!  What is WesWars? WesWars is a series of interclass games and challenges,  athletic and intellectual. The Cardinal Council’s fresh take on interclass competitions of old and “Cannon Scraps” that were popular in the 1800’s. Games will be hosted from Friday October 30 – Friday November 6th. […]

A Musical Journey for the Soul 6:00pm, World Music Hall, CFA Ancient Hebrew and new sacred texts (English, Spanish, Aramaic and a twist of Arabic put to original melodies recorded all over Costa Rica, Crete, Sinai, Tel Aviv, NY, CA, Australia) and the planet. Amen’s (Amir Paiss, Gabriel Meyer Halevy) music serves as spiritual ambassador […]

Angus McCullough

Last year around March, I entered a design competition as part of an independent tutorial in architecture. The competition, co-sponsored by the Bronx Museum and the Design Trust for Public Space, was centered on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, NY, and asked for anything relating to it, in any medium. I came up with […]

Think you got game???

Think you and your friends got game?????   Well here is your chance to prove it.  The Deans Office and The Office of Public Safety are sponsoring a “Midnite Madness” 3 on 3 basketball tournament at the Freeman Athletic Center fieldhouse on Friday night November 13th.  The tournament will  begin at 12 midnight.  Registration is open to […]

With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Department of Sociology at Vanderbilt University will recruit new Ph.D. students whose research interests include health and health policy. Earn a doctorate from Vanderbilt’s Department of Sociology, be trained with a concentration in health and health policy, and participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Meharry-Vanderbilt Center […]

Stephanie Quainoo

This summer I spent my time working for a non-profit anti-human trafficking charity, “The Redlight Children Campaign”. Based in New York City, the Redlight Children Campaign aims to end the practice of child sexual exploitation through child sex trafficking. In conjunction with the Somaly Mam Foundation, an internationally renowned anti-trafficking organization specializing in survivor reintegration, […]

Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day. In Green Corps’ year-long paid program, you’ll get intensive training in the skills you’ll need to make a difference in the world. You’ll get hands-on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems — global warming, […]

STUDENT-RUN Grief Support Group (Sponsored by the Office of Behavioral Health for Students) GRIEF SUPPORTGROUP   MEETS: THURSDAYS TIME: 8:00 p.m. LOCATION: Group Room #212 (2nd fl., Davison Health Center) Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Please feel free to come and leave […]

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