KOHRMAN: Go to sleep
It feels like everyone at Yale takes that fifth class, joins that third club, goes to Woads and makes everything fit by cutting back on sleep.
KOHRMAN: A year away from Yale
This Tuesday, I turned 22, and as I drove to Safeway for some last minute groceries, I thought about how I’ve changed since turning 21.
KOHRMAN: For a smoking ban
A campus ban would reinforce the uncontroversial notion that cigarettes are bad for our community, creating social space for peers to mock smoking as an unhealthy affectation.
KOHRMAN: Serious fun
There is a time for seriousness, but not all the time. Adulthood is rarely simple, but its complexity means there’s a funny side to things.
KOHRMAN: The other stories
Amid heightened attention to sexual assault, we must remember that these misdeeds do not always unfold as variations of the same story. The antagonists are not always men, and the victims are not always women.
KOHRMAN: Not the only place
I decided to postpone my senior year. After three years, I was worn down, like the stones in the courtyard that I fell in love with in high school. I needed some time and space to breath.
This faith is special without being exceptional. We may feel it in our churches and synagogues, our mosques and temples, but it’s more than just a religious faith.
KOHRMAN: Testing ourselves
I was waiting at a new clinic in a new city. The clinic, which filled the first floor of a small house just east of downtown Denver, still bore vestiges of a home; a wrought iron fence, a little yard and a mailbox.
KOHRMAN: For YCC, brief is beautiful
If people see the YCC as an irrelevant organization, the YCC should spend less time demanding attention for its candidates. esequi ant.