Free-speech policy contains surprising flaws

September 14, 2007
The administration of Yale University advises its students to read the Woodward Report, the official Yale policy on freedom of expression. One of the first things I did while taking this semester off was take that advice. The report, published in 1975, needs an overhaul. The argument is so glaringly bad that anyone in freshman »

Reasons for running aren’t key to the race

September 20, 2006
The Yale College Democrats do good work. By getting undergraduates involved in congressional campaigns across Connecticut, they promote civic participation, which is perhaps the most important aspect of U.S. democracy. The United States would truly be a better place if all Yale students — Democrat, Republican, independent, undecided or apathetic ­— engaged in such activities. »