It has become fashionable as of late – or rather, it has been fashionable for some time now – to see in Western civilization a mere pretext for the belittling, oppression, and even enslavement of a whole laundry list of marginalized and otherwise historically silenced groups. 308 more words
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NEW HAVEN — Yale Law School students and alumni are speaking out against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
'People Will Die if He Is Confirmed.' Students and Alumni Press Yale to Condemn Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Yale Law School may be proud to add another Supreme Court Justice to its long list of alumni, but many others do not share the sentiment. 302 more words
Recently, I had the opportunity to visit the Rare Books library on the Yale campus. I have heard a lot about this library and was so excited to finally have the time to go! 79 more words
Each year roughly 16 million parents receive the heartbreaking news that their child is likely to be born with a severe genetic disorder or birth defect. 384 more words
To lawyers and jurists, the name Kavanaugh means different things dependent upon which side of the pond you are raised. When I was training to be a barrister the name “Kavanagh” was the television character of that Queen’s Counsel that one could only dream of emulating. 659 more words