Ada Calhoun

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After a swelling tide of protests, the president of Yale announced on Saturday that the university would change the name of a residential college c...

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Noah Remnick

New York Times


In 1933, when Yale University named one of its new residential colleges for the ardently statesman John C. Calhoun, at least one person was unexc...

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Jennifer Schuessler

New York Times


Despite decades of fervent student protests that reached a peak last fall, the president of Yale announced on Wednesday that the university would k...

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Noah Remnick

New York Times


People were complaining that Yale University’s John Calhoun College was named after a slave owner, so they changed it to “Grace Hopper College,” in...

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Katherine Timpf

National Review


Working on my new book, I spoke with dozens of people who described themselves as monogamous. And yet, when pressed, most of them offered somethi...

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Ada Calhoun

New York Post


Administrators at Yale University announced on Saturday that a college named for John Calhoun, a former US who was an ardent supporter of slavery...

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Jamiles Lartey

Guardian


NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Yale University will rename one of its residential colleges, replacing the name of an alumnus remembered as an advocat...

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Monica Wang

Washington Post