ROSEN: Fight for 15

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ROSEN: A goodbye to L-Dub

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ROSEN: A troubling announcement

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ROSEN: Say no to charter schools

Staff Column

ROSEN: Thoughts on Yale-NUS

Yale’s decision to venture into Singapore with Yale-NUS hasn’t been received very well on campus, to say the least. Last April, the faculty passed a resolution demanding the upholding of nondiscrimination and civil liberties on the NUS campus as ideals of a true liberal arts education. Students spoke out against the college, on the pages […]

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ROSEN: For more equitable financial aid

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Forum: President Salovey

In this edition of the News’ Forum, students react to the announcement that Provost Peter Salovey will serve as the next University President. Nathaniel Zelinsky, Staff Columnist | Senior in Davenport College Habemus Popem. A few reactions, in no particular order, to Provost Salovey’s appointment as president. First, this is a great day for teaching […]

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ROSEN: Obama, redeem our hope

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Students push for voter registration

With an exciting weekend of Partisan Pong behind them, Yale’s campus politicos have started looking forward. Many politically active Yalies have pushed for last-minute voter registration efforts as the deadline to register to vote in Connecticut — Oct. 30 — approaches. In conjunction with the Yale College Republicans, the Yale College Democrats has spearheaded several […]

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ROSEN: Diana or Diana?

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ROSEN: Demand representation

Guest Column

Benhabib warns of corporate influence

At a Yale Political Union debate Wednesday night, Seyla Benhabib GRD ’77 discussed the failings of applying a corporate model to a university setting. Speaking to roughly 75 students and several faculty members at the organization’s fifth debate of the year, “Resolved: Yale should be run as a business corporation,” philosophy and political science professor […]

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