Mapping a Nation: Shaping the Early American Republic 

Mapping a Nation: Shaping the Early American Republic  Thursday, May 9th | 5:30 Location:  American Philosophical Society 104 S 5th St Philadelphia PA 19106 This event will feature early maps from the APS collections along with compasses and other instruments that were used in surveying the new nation. We will have a private, 25 person …

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Scalia/Ginsburg

American comic opera in one act by Derrick Wang (an alumnus of Yale School of Music) Libretto by the composer Scalia/Ginsburg is an American comic opera by composer-librettist Derrick Wang about the unlikely friendship of U.S. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia. Location: OperaDelaware 4 S Poplar St, Wilmington, DE 19801 Time: Sunday, April …

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Skull and Keys: The Hidden History of Yale’s Secret Societies

  Author David A. Richards, '67, '72L will discuss his recent book focusing onYale's oldest and most famous shrouded enclaves. Yale's "tombs," Final Clubs at Harvard, Eating Clubs at Princeton and the like have influenced politics, education and society. Hear legends and facts. Learn some surprising things. Light refreshments included. Cash Bar. $5 here, $10 …

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