April 13, 2008


The Q Source is published weekly under the auspices of the office of the Dean of Students.  Notices of events and concerns of the community are included. All submissions must be signed and include a contact phone number or e-mail address.  Free classified ads are also printed for members of the YDS community; these must be kept as short as possible. The Q Source is now available online at All submissions must be e-mailed to  with “Q Source” in the subject line. All submissions must be in by 5:00 p.m. Friday.  No exceptions to deadlines will be made!!  The right to edit is reserved. –Danielle Elizabeth Tumminio, Editor


Academic Information




Final Exam Schedule

Second Semester, 2007-2008



Monday, May 5


9:00 – noon

Rel. 600

O.T. Interpretation (J. Collins)

Niebuhr Hall


Rel. 600


Latourette S223


Rel. 600


Bushnell S200

2:00 - 4:00

Rel. 601

N.T. Interpretation (Attridge)

Great Hall


Rel. 601


Niebuhr Hall


Rel. 601


Latourette S223


Tuesday, May 6


9:00 – 11:00

Rel. 797

Eucharistic Prayers & Theology (Spinks)

Great Hall

9:00 – noon

Rel. 618

Intermediate Greek: Septuagint (Hultin)

Broholm S202

9:00 – noon

Rel. 726

Systematic Theology (Craigo-Snell)

Niebuhr Hall

2:00 – 3:30

Rel. 795

Anglican Theology/History Great Britain(McDowell)

Bushnell S100

2:00 – 4:00

Rel. 605

Elementary NT Greek (Brand)

Latourette S223

2:00 – 5:00

Rel. 829/

Theology of Plato & Aristotle (Hare)

Niebuhr Hall

2:00 – 5:00

Phil 705

Theology of Plato & Aristotle (Hare)

Niebuhr Hall


Wednesday, May 7


9:00 – 11:00

Rel. 723

Music in Western Christian Tradition (Fassler)

Great Hall

9:00 – 11:00

Rel. 837

Modern Masterpieces in Art/Architecture (Cook)

Latourette S223

2:00 – 5:00

Rel. 759

Biblical Interpretation of Early Church (Martens)

Latourette S223

2:00 – 5:00

Rel. 674

Intermediate Hebrew II (Hoffer)

Bushnell S104


Thursday, May 8


9:00 - noon

Rlst 113/

Religious Ethics & Modern Moral Issues (Outka)



Rel. 713

Religious Ethics & Modern Moral Issues (Outka)


9:00 - noon

Rel. 677

Advanced Biblical Hebrew: Poetry (Baden)

Bushnell S101

2:00 – 3:00

Rel. 739

Religion in American Society since 1870 (Balmer)

Niebuhr Hall


Friday, May 9


9:00 – noon

Rel. 729

Survey of Medieval Latin Lit. (Johnson)

RSV Rm S200

2:00 – 5:00

Rel. 604

Elementary Biblical Hebrew (Hoffer)

Bushnell S100

2:00 – 5:00

Rel. 700/

Reformation Europe: 1450-1700 (C. Eire)


2:00 – 5:00

Hist 215

Reformation Europe: 1450-1700 (C. Eire)






409 Prospect Street

New Haven, Connecticut 06511






TO:                  Students enrolling in Elementary Biblical Hebrew,

                        Elementary N.T. Greek or Ecclesiastical Latin


FROM:            Detra J. Mac Dougall, Registrar, Yale Divinity School


The Elementary Biblical Hebrew, Elementary N.T. Greek and Ecclesiastical Latin courses will be offered May 27 - July 8, 2008.  Junius Johnson, ( will teach Ecclesiastical Latin.  Elementary Biblical Hebrew and Elementary N.T. Greek (TBA)All three courses will meet Monday through Friday mornings 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  Each course is fully comparable in scope and intent with two semesters of language work taken during a regular academic year and earns six hours of credit. 

There is a $300 deposit, which will be credited toward the $2,200 tuition fee for each course, due with the registration form.  Either class may be cancelled if less than four students have enrolled in it by May 9.

Tuition charges for students who drop out of summer language programs:

Before the end of the first week

$300 deposit (06/03)

Before the middle of the course

Half tuition (06/16)

After the middle of the course

Full tuition

This course is graded on the H, H-, HP+, HP, HP-, P, F grading system.  If you want to take this on the Credit/No Credit grading system, a form is available from the Registrar’s Office, which must be signed by the instructor of the course.  This form is due by June 9th  at the latest.

If you drop the course before the middle of the semester (June 18), the course will not appear on your transcript.


TO:                  Detra J. Mac Dougall



Please enroll me in the intensive Elementary Biblical Hebrew ______ , Elementary N.T. Greek ______, or Ecclesiastical Latin ______ course to be offered this summer (2008) at Yale Divinity School.  I am enclosing my $300 deposit.


Student ID #:    ___________________  MDiv. _____   MAR (Gen.)____   (Conc.) _____

Name:              ____________________________________________________________


Address:           ____________________________________________________________

Telephone:        ______________________/email:  _______________________________

Present academic affiliation or occupation (if other than Yale Divinity School)




Notes for Graduating Seniors: Greetings!  Thanks to all who attended the Senior Class Reception last week--it was a great turnout!!  Two follow-up notes from the YDS Alumni Office to graduating seniors:

1.  FREE GIFT FROM YDS!  At the reception last week, most of you were able to pick up a free gift from YDS.  If you have not received your framed photograph (photography a la the lovely Jenny Miller!) you are invited to stop by the Alumni Office (2nd floor, north side--ask for Erin) between now & graduation to do so.

2.  GIFT DEADLINE FOR INCLUSION IN COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Contributions to the Class of 2008 Gift will be accepted up until the end of the fiscal year, June 30th.  HOWEVER, if you are making your gift in honor or in memory of someone and *wish to have this designation included in the Commencement program*, you must make your gift by MAY 15TH, 2008! Gifts will be happily accepted after that point and the honoree or next-of-kin will still be contacted to inform them of your gift designation, but gifts must be made by MAY 15TH in order to be included in the Commencement Program Insert.

3.  GIFT DESIGNATIONS Several people who have *already participated* in the Class Gift have asked whether they can make their gift in honor or memory of more than one individual.  If you would like to acknowledge an additional individual, please email Erin O'Roak ( of the YDS Alumni Office BEFORE MAY 1st, 2008 to make this addition.  Many thanks!  Rachel Lyle, Chair, Class of 2008 Gift


From the Ministry Resource Center: The Ministry Resource Center has the resources you want for reviewing in a different way for exams: charts, maps, videos/DVDs, CDs of lectures, etc.  Medieval dramas in video, Malaria Day and UN Millenium Developmental Goal resources, Earth Day events and liturgies, and Pentecost worship resources will help you lead and enjoy events.


Lectures and Events



Mary E. Sommar, a 2007-08 visiting fellow at Yale Divinity School, will give a talk on “The Medieval Church and Its Slaves” on Thursday, April 24.  She is the author of the book Medieval Church Law and the Origins of the Western Legal Tradition, among other

publications.  The talk, free and open to the public, will begin at 5 p.m. in the Jonathan Edwards Dining Room.  Previously, Sommar taught in the History Department at Wartburg College.


Dr. Ruth at YDS!  Dr Ruth Westheimer will be coming to speak to us at YDS this Monday, April 21 from 11-12 in Niebuhr Hall.  In honor of her good friend and our fellow student Linda Lader, Dr. Ruth has agreed to come talk to us this Monday about whatever questions we may have about sex. We know that 11am-12pm is not the easiest of times for Divinity students, faculty, and staff, but please make sure to come down after chapel and participate in the discussion. It is going to be awesome.  In case you don't know, Dr. Ruth Westheimer is a world renowned psychosexual therapist who helped to pioneer the field of media psychology with her radio program, Sexually Speaking. Check out her website: for more information.  Please email any questions you may have for her to (avoiding anything medical, she's not a medical doctor). Your questions will be kept anonymous as we ask them to her on Monday. She will also take questions from the floor (if you feel comfortable asking them publicly) and if she can handle Howard Stern, you know she can handle anyone else.


Luncheon in Honor of Detra MacDougall: Please join us for a picnic luncheon to honor Detra MacDougall for her 45 years of service to Yale Divinity School on Wednesday, April 23, 2008 on the YDS Quadrangle.


The Jack and Lewis Rudin Lectures at Auburn Theological Seminary will be offered on the topic “Righteous Politics: Race, Religion and the 2008 Election.”  These lectures will be given by Melissa Harris-Lacewell on Thursday, May 8 at 6pm at James Chapel at Auburn Seminary, 3041 Broadway at 121st Street, New York, NY.  Free and open to the public.


Blood Drive: We would like to invite you to participate in an event that will honor a special member of the Law School community, Joey Hanzich ('10).  We began the academic year with Joey's tragic loss, and now the Law School student representatives, many of Joey's classmates, and the American Red Cross at Yale have worked together to organize an event to help us end the year with a celebration of Joey's life.  On April 23rd-25th, we will be holding a 3-day blood drive in honor of Joey at the Payne Whitney Gym.  Please come out, donate, and support this effort that exemplifies Joey's strong sense of compassion and public-spiritedness.  The event details follow below.

Please pre-register for a time slot to participate at  If you would like to volunteer in another capacity, please contact Nabiha Syed (First Year Student Representative) at


Summer Bible Study: My name is Alissa Wassung and I am a Yale College undergrad. I am 26 years old however and I am returning to school to get my Bachelor's degree after careers as a professional ballet dancer and costume designer in New York City. In New York, I had assembled a research Bible Study group there and I am interested in continuing the group here. I am already involved up at the Div School (I am a member of the Yale Forum on Faith and Politics and many of my friends are Divinity school students).  I will be here over the summer (working at the Bioethics Center and in hospice care) and I hope to reach people before the semester ends - to generate interest for the group this summer.  Please feel free to ask any questions.  Thank you, Alissa Wassung (


New YCSJ Co-Leaders: The Yale Committee on Social Justice (YCSJ) is very pleased to announce that Jonah Bartlett, Shakira Sanchez-Collins and Ruth Vaughan have accepted the positions of YCSJ Co-Leaders for 2008-2009.  They are all deeply committed to issues of justice and have contributed in tremendous ways to the vision and activities of YCSJ this year.  We look forward to their leadership and programming at YDS beginning next fall. Please congratulate them when you see them.  The Yale Committee on Social Justice would also like to thank the entire YDS community for consistently supporting our programs this year!  Peace and blessings, Rahiel Tesfamariam


Medieval Mystery Play Event: Please join us for music, dance, theatre, and food as we embark on a theatrical journey: Jubilee Journey: Workshopping the Medieval Mystery Play.  Featuring the Yale shofar class & students from Yale School of Drama with Trazana Beverly (Tony Award winner for Colored Girls) and Compagnia de Colombari  Thursday, April 24th from 6:30-8 on the YDS Quad. 


Helping out on the Jubilee Journey: Next Thurs, April 24, REL 855 will be putting on a workshop performance of a medieval mystery play (set in the 21st century). Many in the YDS community have agreed to lend their great gifts to the project and we wanted to extend the opportunity to more.

ANGELS: If you've always wanted to wear angel wings, learn tai chi, and run around the quad with children, we'd love to have you as an angel. Throughout the day will be workshops and brief rehearsals to show you where to go, etc. If interested, email Horace at

SINGERS: We also need people to join in the singing and being active members of the audience by clapping hands, shouting, and possibly reading a few lines. If interested, email me at

DRUMMERS: Pheeroan AkLaff, a world-renowned Afro-Caribbean drummer is coming from NYC to drum for the performance. If anyone would like to hang out, drink wine, and play with Pheeroan during the performance, let us know.


Book Sale: You are invited to attend the Sixth Annual SPRINGBOOX Sale at the North Haven Congregational Church, located at 28 Church Street, on Friday, April 25th, 10am to 8pm or Saturday, the 26th, from 9am to 1pm.  This is a sale of used books sorted into 42 categories including lots of cookbooks, paperbacks, spiritual guidance and children’s selections.  Also offered are talking books, CDs, DVDs and VCR tapes.  Come to browse and enjoy the offerings, all offered at unbeatable prices.  The church is located at the foot of the North Haven Green near our Town Hall.


Join FAITHWORKS: It gives me great pleasure to extend this letter of invitation for your participation in The FAITHWORKS Faith Based Community Development Leadership Institute which will take place from June 20, 2008 to June 28, 2008 in Hartford, Connecticut.  This intensive, residential learning experience was designed to equip faith and grass roots leaders with the skills they need to execute programs to improve the quality of life of individuals living in some of our states? most distressed neighborhoods.  The Institute, which is a project of The Connecticut Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, under the umbrella of The Conference of Churches, has been funded in part from the state of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management and the office of Governor Jodi Rell.  The eight-day residential program provides ?Fellows? with the opportunity to meet and to learn from federal and state experts, as well as private foundation officers, university professors and community development practitioners. Training will take place at the state Capitol, Allen Cathedral in New York City and Yale Divinity School, in New Haven, Connecticut.  Our class of Fellows is limited to 40 men and women who work in faith based and grass roots organizations.  Each participant will develop a community action plan during their time with us and will be supported by staff of the Conference for a year after the institute.  It is our hope you will consider submitting an application to participate in our class, or you will pass the materials on to a candidate you believe will not only excel at the training, but come back to your local community to make a difference.  For your review a program brochure, application and schedule are available from Michael Giaquinto.   All applications must be received by May 1, 2008.  If you have any questions or need further assistance please feel free to contact me at 860.236.1295 ext. 12 or  Please write “institute” in your subject line.  I look forward to working with you in the near future.  Sincerely,  Rev. Shelley D.B. Copeland, M.A., M.Div., Institute Director


Yale University Departments of Classics and Religious Studies are hosting a lecture by John Scheid from College de Paris, University of Paris, on “Ritual and the Meaning of Religion” on Thursday, April 22, at 4:30 in LC 211.








Lost Checkbook: Dear Friends, I am missing my blue plastic, beat-up checkbook.  If you should find it at YDS, would you kindly return it to me or to Dale's office?  Thanks, Carla Dietz Carroll


Full-Sized Bed Needed: Hello!  Would anyone happen to be selling their full sized mattress and possibly a bed frame?  I'm looking for a mattress that is in relatively good condition and without cat hair, as I'm allergic to cats.  Please email me at if you want to sell me your full sized bed.  Thanks!


Lost Necklace: Did anyone happen upon a red, beady necklace on campus?  (Like, many strands of small, red beads, and some larger rectangular beads...)  If you happened to pick this up, please let me know.  Thanks!  Johanna


Spread the Word Needed: To all Supervised Ministry Interns and Denominational Leaders at YDS, We need your help! The Yale Earth Care Committee is busy planning the second annual Interfaith Solidarity on Global Climate Change Event on April 27th here on the quad and we need you to tell your faith communities about it!  Please pass along the following information to your churches or other faith organizations you work with via their Sunday bulletin, community bulletin board, congregation email lists, anything! We can provide you with bulletin inserts to deliver to your church, or we can bring them there ourselves.  Thank you thank you thank you for helping us spread the word!  Please contact Freddie with any questions:

Here is the event information:  On Sunday, April 27th  from 12:30-3pm, hundreds of people from diverse faith traditions will gather on the quadrangle of Yale Divinity School (409 Prospect St.) for the 2nd Annual Interfaith Solidarity on Global Climate Change event.  The event, which is organized and sponsored by students at the Divinity and Forestry Schools, attempts to build bridges of religious environmentalism between Yale and faith communities in the wider Hew Haven area by facilitating a festive venue for celebration, education, networking, and public meditation.  Last year's event was extremely successful, and over 250 people participated in live music, free food from Claire's Cornercopia, tree planting, workshops, information sessions, children's activities, and a centering meditation on the role of faith in the environmental crisis.  There were activities for the kids and water bowls for the dogs (leashes please).  We're expecting this year's event to draw even more people.  The Yale Divinity Earth Care Committee extends its warmest invitation to you and to all members of your faith community for whom environmental issues are a central concern of faith.  Please help us by spreading the word about this unique opportunity.  Time-related details are below.

Lunch 12:30-1:30

Interfaith Meditation 1:30-2pm

Workshops 2-3pm


For Sale/For Free:


Brand New Mattress for Sale: Less than 6 months old!   Used only a few times a week!! FANTASTIC CONDITION!!  INCLUDED: Queen Mattress, Queen Box Spring, Queen metal frame.  COST: $700 (THAT'S 1/2 of what we paid for it!!)  Since Matt and I are getting married, we are getting rid of one of our beds...and since mine hurts his back, we'll be keeping his.  That means we are passing UNBELIEVABLE savings onto you!!  Been thinking of getting a new mattress, but not sure you want to spend over a grand at the store to do it??  This is a GREAT DEAL!! Don't let it pass you by!!  Contact:


Lots of Stuff for Sale: Hi again, Div students--  Amazing as it is, I keep finding stuff to sell as I pack.......e-mail me for pictures or to claim something.  Best, Marie (


*10 GB iPod (from several generations back, but lightly used; still holds a charge for 4+ hours; syncs with iTunes, etc): $35

*large cooler/ice chest (Coleman, 26 inches long, four drink holder indents in top): $5

*stand fan (adjustable in height): $8

*antique wooden chair (painted grey; crosshatched back): $10

*AIWA small stereo (CD player, radio, tape), two speakers, with remote: $15

garden tools--practically new: hoe ($10); branch cutters ($10); foliage cutters ($10)

*Heavy-duty outdoor extension cord, 60feet long: $5

*bedside table (pine): $5

*coffee table (iron, wicker, wooden top): $10

*laser printer, (HP LaserJet 6MP, with wireless attachment for wireless printing, fairly new toner cartridge, INCREDIBLY high quality laser printouts.....the one caveat is I need it until around May 8th, when finals are ending, but it's all yours after that): $50


Great Spring Speaker Sale: Dear all, Further to the Great Spring Book Sale (many of those items are still available, by the way), I'm now pleased to announce the Great Spring Speaker Sale!  I have an Altec Lansing VS4121 speaker system, consisting of 2 treble speakers and a subwoofer.  It's got dual-band EQ, sounds fantastic, and is in amazing condition.  I'm letting it go for $50 or a near offer.  Anyone want it?  Thanks, Richard




Sublet 1: Hi,  I am subletting my apartment for the summer. It will be available from the end of May to the end of August. Rent is $400 o.b.o. My apartment is located at 171 Norton Street.  Its a great location, the neighbours are amazing and it would be amazing to live here for the summer. If you are interested, please let me know.  Enjoy the lovely weather.  Happy (


Sublet 2:

*    Available at the end of May

*    Rent: $1100/month (including utilities  & new A/C window unit)

*    Bright, spacious living area with open kitchen  & lots of cabinets

*    1 bedroom with good walk-in closet; full  bath

*    Cheerful, Victorian house with 5 other apts,  including wonderful


*    3 blocks from campus,  at corner of Whitney & Cold Spring

*    Perfect for  single or cozy couple

*    Most furniture available  for sale at deep discount

Contact me if interested at (  I've had three very happy years living here!  -- Linda LeSourd Lader (MDiv '08)


Community Living in the Blue House: Interested in living together with other divinity school students in community?  "Blue on Orange" is a div school community house (a blue one, on orange street) started by a group of students a few years ago, and committed to active community living.  The house is currently home to 7 div school students from a variety of different backgrounds, church affiliations and with many different interests.  Community is built around regular house dinners, but much of what it means to live together comes from how each year's residents engage with each other and commit to being part of the community.  Beyond dinners the house will decide together for next year on ideas for other intentional living commitments, such as sharing some food, organizing the common spaces and house prayer.  The Blue House is looking to fill three rooms in next year's house with folks (female or male) interested in living openly and actively together.  If you're interested in learning more about the community, please email by Monday, April 21st.  Hope to hear from you.  Peace and blessings,  The folks at Blue on Orange  Meghan Young, Justin Haaheim, Christina McRorie, Sandra Valdez-Lopez, Travis Weber, Cambry Pardee and Choron Ryan


Sublet 3: Greetings, I'm looking to sublet my room for the summer - May 15 through August 15/30 (exact dates negotiable).  The rent is only $400/mo.  It is one bedroom in a three bedroom apartment - which is the third floor of what used to be a very large house.  The sublet would involve shared kitchen, bathroom, living space, and cost of utilities.  The apartment has access to backyard and free laundry in basement.  It's very close to East Rock Park.  Furnishings negotiable (at no extra cost).  On street parking.  Apartment location grants great access to I-95, I-91, CT-34, etc, and is only a three minute commute to the Div School and downtown New Haven.  The address is 159 Cedar Hill Ave.  Email ( if you are interested.


Sublet 4: I'm looking to sublet my room for the summer - May 7th through August 30th or so (or whatever dates you need it for).  The rent is $400/mo, or best offer.  It's one bedroom in a three bedroom apartment - which is the third floor of what used to be a very large house.  The sublet would involve shared kitchen, bathroom, living space, and cost of utilities.  The apartment has access to backyard and free laundry in basement.  It's very close to East Rock Park. Furnishings available (at no extra cost).  On street parking. Responsive landlords live in the first floor of the house.  Apartment location grants great access to I-95, I-91, CT-34, etc, and is only a three minute commute to the Div School and downtown New Haven.  The address is 159 Cedar Hill Ave.  Contact me at if you're interested.



Sublet 5: Apartment available to sublet end of May through end of August.  One bedroom in a two BR one bath East Rock apartment (Willow Street).  $450/month plus 1/2 utlities.  Free laundry.  5 min from East Rock Park, 12 min from Div school, 2 min from Archie's and Romeo and Cesare's (!).  Fully furnished.  Central air, backyard, and grill for ocassional use, office, and balcony.  Responsive landlords live on-site.  Also includes delightful roommate (TJ Dumansky).  If interested, contact


Sublet 6: Available for sublet from May 15-Sept 1 (dates negotiable), for $500 + 1/2 utilities (~50/month): Fully furnished bedroom in a large, sunny 2 BR East Rock apartment that boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, fabulous kitchen (with dishwasher!), and nice furnishings. Room includes a bed, desk, two dressers, a big comfy reading chair, and plenty of closet space. All linens provided.  Limited on-site storage also available. Private parking, coin-op laundry in the basement. 10 minute walk to the Divinity School/Science Hill, 20 minutes to main campus.  If interested, please contact Vreni Schoeneberger (

Spacious Three Bedroom Apartment is available in a unique, turn-of-the-century mansion in the Whitney Historic District, near the intersection of Whitney Ave. and Cold Spring St. The bedrooms are large, with curved bay windows. A large eat-in kitchen looks out to East Rock. There are two bathrooms, one on each side of apartment. Located across the street from a Yale Shuttle stop and minutes from parks, cafes, shops. Available June 1st. Rent is $1550 per month.  Thanks, Matthew Lewis (





THE BEST JOBS ON CAMPUS - AVAILABLE FOR NEXT YEAR!  Do you just love the feel and the smell of a new book?  Would you like to spend your afternoons surrounded by books?  Would you like the opportunity to build your own theological library, at a fraction of the retail cost?  Do you love meeting new people, and helping them find what they need? Are you committed to the concept of independent business?

Would you like to work in the grooviest place on campus?  If so, a great job is waiting for you.  The Student Book Supply is now accepting applications for student positions in the Bookstore for academic year 2008-2009.  The ideal candidates will love books, be friendly and helpful, have good attention to detail, and have a flexible afternoon schedule.   Past experience in bookselling or other types of retail is helpful, but not required. Approximately 12 hours/week, more during busy periods. Some Saturdays may be required, as well as work shifts during breaks and reading weeks. Great working conditions, work study wage, and fabulous bookstore discounts!  For more information or for an application, call, e-mail, or stop by!  Thanks, Lisabeth Huck (


Student Workers Needed: Dear YDS/BDS/ISM Students,  Greetings!  Student Workers are needed!  Want some extra money for an upcoming move or to tide you over until you start your summer employment?  Please contact Emalie Mayo if you are interested!

( or 203-432-5358.)


WHAT:  "The Challenge of Immigration Conference"

WHEN:  Thursday, May 1 & Friday, May 2, 2008


WHO:  Current Students, Faculty, YDS Alumnal Board & YDS Advisory Board & Friends of YDS

HOW:  Job descriptions are attached.  All are asked to wear Black & White (no jeans, sneakers, or sandals).

WHY:  The best perk in the world (besides payment)--FREE FOOD!  Those who work are invited to have dinner with the Alumnal Board & Advisory Board for free on the evening of Thurs., May 1st.

Students are needed for the following time slots:


(12-4pm) Registration Desk, Sara Smith Gallery, 3 STUDENTS needed

(1:30-5:30pm) Marquand Chapel Set-up & Usher (hand out programs, seat guests etc.)

3 STUDENTS needed

(3:30-6:30pm) Registration Desk, Sara Smith Gallery

2 STUDENTS needed


(7-10am) Registration Desk, Sara Smith Gallery, 2 STUDENTS needed

(7:30-9:30am) Marquand Chapel Set-Up & Usher (hand out programs, seat guests etc.), 3 STUDENTS needed

(9-11am) Coffee Break in Common Room (to keep an eye on things), 1 STUDENT needed

(9:15am-12:45pm) Usher in Marquand Chapel (including clean up after panel), 2 STUDENTS needed


Soccer Coach Needed: YDS family seeks athletic individual to assist with teenage daughter's soccer training:  We are looking to hire someone at typical Yale work-study rates (exact pay rate will depend on experience and recommendations) to work with our 15 y.o. daughter three to four afternoons per week (Tuesday through Friday, approx. 4:15p - 5:15p)to help her in working on her soccer ball handling skills and to give her some assignments for her training on other days.  She is an enthusiastic learner and very eager to improve her skills to prepare for next season.  We live relatively close to the campus, just over half a mile from YDS and about half a mile from Payne Whitney Gym.    We do not need a professional trainer, but hope to find someone who has some experience playing soccer and so has some knowledge about foot work and other relevant skills.  She is ready to begin right away. If you are interested, please e-mail me at  Thanks!



Worship Opportunities



From the University Church:

Evening Prayer - Wednesdays during the academic term.   
9:15 pm - Informal ecumenical Evening Prayer in Dwight Chapel (on Old Campus, near High Street gate).
All are welcome. Refreshments served.


Sunday, April 20

10:30 a.m. in Battell Chapel. An ecumenical service of Word and Table with Michael Morand, Associate Vice President of Yale University for New Haven & State Affairs, preaching.



This Week in Marquand:



You Have Turned My Mourning Into..., with Kathleen Turner, the Yale Liturgical Dancers, and National Liturgical Dance Network CT Chapter.



Celebration of Creation for Earth Day

We will worship outside on the quad.



Sung Morning Prayer, Songs of the Americas

with poetry selected and read by John Hare, Noah

Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology.

It is Detra Day at YDS, and the gospel will be read by Detra MacDougall, YDS registrar retiring after 45 years of service.



Word and Worship: Graduating Student, Jen Zogg preaching.



Community Eucharist for the end of the semester, with Siobhán Garrigan, Assistant Professor of Liturgical Studies and Assistant Dean of Marquand Chapel, preaching  and Dale Peterson, Associate Dean of Students, presiding.