Out and Proud in New Haven

From the text of Love Slaves: “In the early eighties, Yale was Out and Proud, but New Haven’s homegrown nethersexers […]

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Yale School of Drama–Then and Now

from Love Slaves of Helen Hadley Hall: “At 217 Park Street, Debi Fleer, the first-year actress playing the part of […]

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Yale Back in the Day

From the novel: “Yale University, that robust institution of the Nutmeg State, maintains two residence halls for its graduate students, […]

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