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Tuesday, October 23
Laura Shapiro on Julia Child: Does she still matter?

Julia Child is an iconic figure in the history of television and American food. Just months after her 100th birthday, Laura Shapiro  talks about what Julia might say to us today.   Recorded on October 16, 2012 in LC 102. Sponsored by the English department with support from the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism at Yale.

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Monday, October 15
Brian Reed Master’s Tea on 10/15/12

    Brian Reed is a producer at This American Life, where he first started as an intern in 2010. Before joining the TAL staff, Brian was a producer at StoryCorps and also worked as a reporter for NPR, WNYC, and KPLU in Seattle. He got his start in radio as an NPR Kroc Fellow, and reported for NPR’s foreign desk as their first…

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Saturday, October 6
Mitchell Davis talk about James Beard – podcast from September 20, 2012

Join us to hear Mitchell Davis, Executive Vice President of the James Beard Foundation, as he talks about the life and legacy of James Beard in American cuisine. Sponsored the by Yale Sustainable Food Project.

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Friday, September 21
Steve Forbes: How Capitalism Can Save America

  Steve Forbes spoke in Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Thursday about the economy and the nation’s political climate. Forbes offered predictions for the upcoming elections as well as a rigorous defense of free markets and the gold standard. The lecture was sponsored by the William F. Buckley Jr. Program, the Young America’s Foundation, the Federalist Society, and the…

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