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Discussion Event on Human Suffering; Yale Study in Spirituality; & the YHC’s Weekly Assembly

Yale Humanist Society Discussion on Human Suffering

The undergraduate Yale Humanist Society will be co-hosting a discussion on Human Suffering with the The Logos, Yale’s undergraduate magazine for Christian Thought.

The discussion will take place Wednesday November 20th (tomorrow!!) at 4pm.  If you would like to participate in the discussion please email the Humanist Society at HumanistYalies@gmail.com.

This event is only open to Yale University undergraduate and graduate students.

Make sure to check out our Events Calendar for more upcoming events!!

Participants Needed for Study in Neuropsychology & Spiritual Experiences

depiction-of-conscuiousness-17th-centHave you ever had something you or others might describe as a “spiritual experience”?  Want to learn a little more about the naturalistic underpinnings of such experiences or just further our understanding of them?  Or just plain interested in making a little $money$?

The Yale School of Medicine is conducting a study on Neuropsychology, Genetics, and Spirituality.

Earn up to $27 per hour by participating.  Only ages 18-25 are currently eligible.

To participate in this study, please email impulsivity@yale.edu or call 203-535-4424.

You do not need to be a student or affiliated with Yale University to participate in the study.

Come Check out Our Weekly Assembly!

Interested in community fellowship?  Meeting new people?  Good discussions?  Food!?

Well, we still haven’t quite decided on a name.   But as the old Shakespeare quotation goes, or at least it should go, “Community by any other name, will still be as inspiring!”

The event will be held on Sunday, November 24th (and hopefully every Sunday after!) from 2:30-4pm in Kenneth Scott Latourette Lecture Hall at the Yale Divinity School, 409 Prospect Street.

Make sure to show up at 2:30pm for coffee, food and conversation.  We’ll be starting at around 3pm after that.

To get to Latourette Hall, please enter through the Divinity School’s North Entrance.  Parking is available near the North Entrance in Lot 11.  For more information, please don’t hesitate to email us at Yale.Humanists@gmail.com.

Note: Make sure to bring your kids.  There will be a free daycare provided.

Parking will be free in this lot, Lot 11, which is directly across from the North entrance.  To reach Lot 11, you turn East off of Prospect onto the road that runs on the North side of the Divinity School.

Parking will be free in this lot, Lot 11, which is directly across from the North entrance.
To reach Lot 11, you turn East off of Prospect onto the road that runs on the North side of the Divinity School.

Yale Divinity School's North Entrance

Yale Divinity School’s North Entrance


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