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The founding fathers of Yale University and important men in the school's 300-- year history are remembered to this day in stone and stained glass.
But three graduate students report in a newly published essay that some of these Yale leaders and graduates earned their status through the blood and sweat of slaves.
Some of these men have residential colleges named after them, including one that was named in the middle of the 1960s civil rights struggle.
The university's history is being examined as some city leaders support reparations for the descendants of slaves and other …