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  • September 21, 2014 • Glimpses, Print • Views: 1311

    Intentions Aren’t Enough

    By Nora Moraga-Lewy The summer before I came to college, I went on a month-long trip to my family’s hometown in Nicaragua with a few friends to help start an after-school camp with a sexual health-based curriculum through an organization...

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  • November 14, 2013 • Features, Print • Views: 1245

    New Haven’s South American Sibling

    By Eleanor Marshall Just past the university, heading south out of León, Nicaragua, the road ends. A couple feet over, a dirt path cut through the thick, dry brush starts up and runs straight through to Nueva Vida, a village of just over...

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  • July 17, 2013 • Online Content, Summer 2013 Blog, Summer Blogs • Views: 1099

    Growing Up

    BY CAROLINE ROUSE Mexico City is saturated with colors of youth. Pastel hopscotch paint decorates the cracked sidewalk.  Bright playground bars stand alongside abandoned buildings.  Neon soccer balls bounce across church plazas. ...

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  • December 1, 2010 • Features, Yale in the World • Views: 1629

    Fallen from the Front Lines: The Military at Yale

    Many students have navy blue banners in their rooms displaying the phrase "For God, For Country, and For Yale," but the patriotism associated with the middle two words no longer connotes a devotion to the military, let alone a military...

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