ROSEN: Hold YCC accountable
Beyond my disappointment, I left the meeting with a strong conviction that non-YCC members need to start attending YCC meetings.
ROSEN: For better withdrawal policy
Strict regulations on withdrawal, although likely well-intentioned, may prevent students from taking time off when it is in their best interest to do so.
ROSEN: Student-athletes reconsidered
The right to unionize has long been awarded to their professional counterparts and, given the nature of the relationships between athletes and universities, student-athletes deserve a seat at the bargaining table as well.
ROSEN: Don’t forget G-Heav
Given GHeav’s continued mistreatment of its employees, students should actively choose to boycott both locations until the business is operating within Connecticut labor regulations.
ROSEN: End the competition
A story runs in the News almost every year about Yale’s selective majors, especially Ethics, Politics & Economics (EP&E) and Global Affairs. On-campus publications often make fun of the stereotypical “section assholes” that are assumed to make up large percentages of these majors. But the admissions processes for these majors can lead to real academic difficulties »
ROSEN: Quiz the achievement gap
If Yale wants to provide quality education for all its students, it must focus on tangible social science research that has been proven effective elsewhere.
ROSEN: Yale’s Black Bruins
Last week, Sy Stokes and 11 other black male students from UCLA uploaded a YouTube video of a spoken word poem called “The Black Bruins.” The poem attacks the university for its lack of racial diversity, specifically its incredibly small percentage of black male students. Overall, only 3.3 percent of the male population of UCLA »
ROSEN: A failed GOP project
Some amount of spin is to be expected of news coming from any political campaign, including Eidelson’s — but the Chandler campaign went much too far.
ROSEN: TFA fails minorities
I don’t think that students entering the program intend to create damage in minority communities — but with the recent media attention given to critics of TFA, these realities are becoming more and more difficult to ignore.