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Tales About The First Female Students Admitted To Yale In 1969

50 years ago this September, in 1969, Yale University went coed. Even so, the men-women ratio was not equal, t was just 13-percent female. It was a tumultuous time in the country and in New Haven. There were protests against the Vietnam war and Black Panther rallies. Anne Gardiner Perkins came as a student to Read more…

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The Yale Bowl is 100!

The Yale Bowl is celebrating 100 years, so much history and you can read all about it HERE>> Yale Bowl 100

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Legendary “Mory’s” Reopens at Yale

Go ahead carve your initials into the table. That’s what students did for decades at the legendary Mory’s, a drinking club at Yale University. Mory’s originally opened its doors in September of 1849. It is “re-founded” and opened in August of 2010. It has been closed for about two years, but is back after $3 Read more…

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