Tatum talk need not end race discussions

September 5, 2007
The arrival of Beverly Tatum, a nationally recognized expert on race and author of “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” to give the freshman address this past Sunday, and the conversations that took place following her talk, signal the start of what we feel to be a long-overdue discussion of »

Pride flag ‘joke’ wasn’t funny to queer students

April 18, 2007
Dear comedians of Yale: Why must you Envy us for our Pride? Are we slaves to Greed when we ask for equality? May we Lust for freedom? Thank you for not showing us your Wrath by vandalizing our Pride flag, making it read “Yale Gluttony” the night before the first prefrosh would arrive — a »