Opinion

BEIZER: Mugs, shot

February 3, 2012 • 4
In September, Yale Dining Services introduced something truly beautiful: a new coffee mug. These mugs were vast improvements over their predecessors. More aesthetically pleasing and, more importantly, larger, these mugs could hold twice the amount of coffee as the old mugs and, in doing so, they revolutionized my mornings. I really, really love coffee. But »
Opinion

Beizer: A tofu too far

April 22, 2011 • 3
Sometimes life at Yale throws us disappointments. This year has been no exception, and the community at large has faced problems: the DKE chanting incident, free speech issues Singapore, and of course, Pato’s Spring Fling cancellation. But deeply and resoundingly, it is time to reckon with the reaction to Yale’s harshest and most-criticized disappointment of »
Opinion

Beizer: The funny defense

April 7, 2011 • 0
My Momma sends the best emails ever. “Don’t carry cell phones close to your groin or breast. Best in a bag. Xooxoxo.” To be fair, that email made a tiny bit of sense in context. But not much. My Momma is not actually crazy, although I might use that word for lack of a better »
Opinion

Beizer: A major problem

January 18, 2011 • 14
I’m just a pre-med girl, living in a lonely world, attempting to fulfill pre-med requirements while still taking as many non-science classes as possible. Sure, I love science — but I also love to read: everything from Aristophanes to Rowling. Oh, and I really, really like welding pieces of steel together. I was in an »