Broad Recognition

A Feminist Magazine at Yale

Yale & New Haven


Informal, Not Illegitimate

The recent news about the real reason Yale quarterback Patrick Witt “turned down” a Rhodes Scholarship interview to play in this November’s Harvard/Yale football game has, inevitably, prompted another look at Yale’s much-discussed policies for handling …


Sex Week In Brief: Immigrant Sexualities

Born into a Cuban immigrant family and raised in the South, Miriam Zoila Pérez had a variety of cultural barriers to coming out. She has approached the study of sexuality from many angles, working …


Interview: Alderwoman Sarah Eidelson ’12

This past fall, the primarily Yale-comprised Ward 1 of New Haven elected Sarah Eidelson ’12 to represent them on the Board of Aldermen. Last week, Broad Recognition sat down with Eidelson to discuss her advocacy for LGBTQ …


The Case for a Relaxed Blood Drive

 This week, as plenty of flyers on bulletin boards and emails from administrators have reminded us, was the annual Harvard-Yale blood drive. Ivy League rivalry aside, the drive is certainly a worthy cause. According to …

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