THE YALE DIVINITY SCHOOL NEWSOURCE
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Reminder from the Registrar: September 27 is the last day to add a course!
Library Orientation Sessions: Includes an overview of resources and services available through the YDS Library web pages: ORBIS searching, how to locate materials in the Yale libraries, how to manage your library account, and important electronic resources for the study of religion. More detailed than the presentation offered at BTFO. Tuesday, September 26, ; Thursday, September 28, ; L-107 YDS Library Computer Classroom (1st floor).
A note for graduating students from Susan Olson: Graduating students interested in careers in traditional ministry settings (pastorates, chaplaincies, christian education, etc.) Don't forget! Planning an Exodus meetings are scheduled for Monday, September 25 at Room L-104 Tuesday, September 26 at Room L-104 Wednesday, September 27 at Room L-104. These meetings will go over information you'll need to know in order to plan an exodus that ends in a traditional ministry. We'll cover timelines, financial considerations, credential files, and also go over all the resources that are available to you as you negotiate this final year. The meetings will only last 30-40 minutes, but will cover lots of information you'll want to know for your final year. This is the only week these workshops will be held. Graduates intending other careers---your turn is coming--no worries! Folks not graduating until 2008 or 2009---please wait until it's your graduation year---things change!
Lectures and Events
Election Results: After three days of elections the results are in...
The ISM Rep. to Student Council: Jeannine Oakes
First-year CLC Rep.: Jenny Miller
Third-year CLC Rep.: Alicia Brooks
First-year GPSS Senator: Bethany Davidson
First year M. Div. Student Council Rep.: Sean Lanigan
First-year M.A.R. Student Council Rep.: Michael Del Ponte
Third-year M. Div. Student Council Rep.: Joey Murphy
STM Student Council Rep.: Stewart Everett
you to everybody that participated in the elections and all those who nominated
folks. If you have any questions or
concerns please contact Erinn Staley (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Tamara Shantz (email@example.com), or Brandon Johnson (
2nd-year Students: Vote to elect your
GPSS Senator on Monday, September 25 and Tuesday, September 26 from in the Common Room. Contact Erinn
Staley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brandon Johnson (
The Roland Bainton Lecture, 2006-2007 will be given by David C. Steimetz, Amos Ragan Kearns Professor of the History of
There will be a Recovery (Twelve-Step Program) Meeting at YDS Every Monday from in Room S-202.
What is the relationship between faith and scholarship? If this question inspires thoughts, feelings, musings, questions, problems, solutions, or other reactions you would like to discuss, please bring them all, along with your lunch, down to Niebuhr hall next
Monday (September 25) at 12. A group of Divinity School TAs are initiating a sustained conversation on the topic and everyone is invited. Luke Moorhead will be offering a brief introduction to the group's concerns and aims. This will be followed by an open discussion in which all are encouraged to voice the questions that they would like to see addressed as this conversation develops.
Finney is the author of three books of poetry and a collection of short
stories, and is Professor of Creative Writing at the
Imagine...Jesus was a Black man, Mary a Meztiza and the Wise Men from the Asian diaspora... You are invited to learn more information
about and join the efforts of “CORE,”
the student committee on racial equality at YDS. Com have pizza and
discuss diversity and insitutional racism and our
ongoing efforts to address these issues in a context of theological education
and justice seeking. We will meet on
Tuesday, September 26 at I nteh
University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics announces their events for
the month of October: On October 3 at 5:30 in
room A002, Alan Astrow, Chief of Clinical and Program
Director, Sections of Hematology and Oncology at St. Vincent's Catholic Medical
Centers, Manhattan; Associate Director, Medical Oncology, Maimonides
Cancer Center will speak on the topic “Truth or Kindness in the Doctor Patient
Relationship.” On October 4 at in room B012, John
Grim from the Institution for Social & Policy Studies and Co-director of
the Forum on Religion and Ecology will speak on the topic “An Ethics of Empathy
in the Winter Dance of the Salish People of the
are cordially invited to The Program for Humanities in Medicine's first lecture
of the season, The Arnold Baskin Lecture to be delivered by Susan Forster, MD,
Chief of Ophthalmology at Yale University Health Services on
seminar announcement from the Yale Institution for Social and Policy Studies: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective will be co-sponsored
with the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism
and Policy (ISGAP) on Thursday, September 28, 2006, 4:15 - 5:45 p.m., ISPS,
Become a Residential College
Affiliate! Divinity school students are
invited to become part of residential college life at Yale through the college
affiliated program. Your presence in the
colleges and participation in their activities (ranging from cultural and
social events to science groups and career advising) would be most welcomed by
students and faculty. If you would like
to apply for consideration as a graduate/professional affiliate at a
residential college, please complete the online application at
http://fs3.formsite.com/yalegraduateschool/form684729180/index.html and submit
it by on
Student Health Expo is a great
introduction for students to the University Health Services. It's a fun, interactive event that includes
screenings, raffles, free food, and an opportunity to meet health care
providers. We welcome you to attend the
Expo on Thursday, Sept. 28th from to
We are in the midst of Latino Heritage Month! La
Casa, the center for Latino/a cultural life at Yale is sponsoring a myriad of
events to mark the occasion. For more
updated information on events, times, and venues please visit www.yale.edu/lacasa or contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. To RSVP to an event, email email@example.com. La Casa is located at
If you recently lost a ring, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. She has it!
Lucas Grubbs is holding in his possession a lovely black Parker mechanical pencil which he found near S200. If it belongs to you, please e-mail email@example.com to claim it.
Please contact Nathan Finnin (Nathan.firstname.lastname@example.org) if you lost a pair of prescription sunglasses on the Quad which were in a tan case.
Marquand Chapel is looking for a kind soul who will take on the responsibility of washing the altar linens from our Friday Eucharists. If you are interested, please contact Emily Scott at email@example.com. It will be a huge support to our program!
If you'd like to be involved in the worship life at Marquand, why not consider bell ringing, or baking bread for our Community Eucharist? We are looking for bell ringers who are able to ring the chapel bell at once a week. The sound of our beautiful bell reminds the community that it is time for worship. If you're a baker, we always appreciate bread baked by a member of our community. This happens on an informal basis -- just let me know by Wednesday if you'd like to bake bread for the coming Friday. Please be in touch with Emily Scott -- firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Dependable Laptop Computer Needed! My laptop computer just recently hit critical failure, and I cannot afford to purchase a new one anytime soon. I wondered if anyone, perhaps a fellow student or faculty member, who is selling a reliable laptop computer at a reasonable price? Thank you for any help. Cordially, Charles Crissman
For rent: Single family home (3 person maximum) overlooking the Long Island
September 1 for academic or full year.
Books for sale: If anyone needs the texts books for Prof. Christl Maier's class on Feminist Biblical Interpretation, I have the four below that I bought new on Amazon that I need to sell as I had to switch classes. I paid $125 for them and would like to sell them all together for $90. If anyone is interested please let me know. Thanks...Mark Scarlata (email@example.com).
Library - Circulation Desk (up to10 hour position): Someone needed to fill the following two shifts: Tuesday morning 9-1 and Saturday morning . Job description: Work at the circulation desk assisting patrons, searching the stacks, and some shelving. After initial training period, must display knowledge of circulation policy and procedures. Performs searches and interprets records for the public. Searches and processes reserve materials. Answers questions on circulation policy and library services and directs patrons to the location of library materials.
Babysitter needed: One morning a week between Monday and Thursday for 18 month boy and 3 year-old girl. Some days may be with only one child. -- hours and day are flexible. $12/hour. Will pick you up and drive you home if needed. If interested, please contact Tammy and Ben Kleinman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also feel free to contact email@example.com if you have questions.
The week ahead in Marquand Chapel:
Monday, September 25: A Celebration of Today, led by the Chapel Ministers.
Tuesday, September 26: Graduating student William Bell, preaching.
Wednesday, September 27: A new Sung Morning Prayer with Traditional Texts in Contemporary and Global Settings, led by Patrick Evans.
Thursday, September 28: Almost Saints series led by the Roman Catholic student group, in commemoration of Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Friday, September 29: Community Eucharist, Prof. Thomas Troeger preaching and presiding in the Episcopalian tradition.
All services begin at ; All are welcome!
at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 262 Shelton Avenue, Tuesday 5:20-6:10. Dinner to Follow. All denominations are welcome. We will be praying for an end to violence in
Come and Worship! The Evangelical Fellowship will be holding its first worship night of the semester next Friday, September 29, at . Join us in Marquand Chapel for a service of music and prayer. Refreshments in the Common Room afterwards. All are welcome.
will have our first jazz vespers service
this Sunday and will hear a sermon by YDS alumnus, Mick Hirsch! Mick is a hospital chaplain and professor of
Art History as well as a loving husband to our own, Erika Hirsch. Where: First and