Opinion

Van de Velde: One test can solve the case

December 4, 2008 • 4
WASHINGTON Ten years ago today, one of my Yale senior essay students, Suzanne Jovin, was stabbed and left for dead on a street corner four blocks from where I was living in New Haven. The investigation into her murder became a circus. Yale and the New Haven Police publicly labeled me a suspect in the »
Opinion

Yale faculty blind to U.S. security demands

October 22, 2001 • 0
I read with pained shame the sad, misguided comments made by Yale foreign affairs experts at the Sept. 16 panel on terrorism (“Panel: Restraint with retaliation,” 10/17). And I read that their views are soon to be published in a rushed-to-print book. It is no wonder that Yale is known today for its removed, valueless »