Public misogyny must be challenged

March 7, 2008
If you’re convinced that the Women’s Center can’t fix gender imbalances in campus discourse, consider its campaign against JuicyCampus, an online gossip site new to Yale but popular on college campuses around the country. JuicyCampus is dedicated to answering questions like “Who is the biggest slut on campus?” and “Who is the biggest bitch?” All »

Al Gore is exactly the superstar Dems need

April 11, 2007
Try on this political look-alike for size: Al Gore is Richard Nixon. Both were two-term vice presidents in decades of prosperity; both lost the closest election in modern American history at their time (in both cases in a year ending in a zero) and considered themselves robbed of victory; both were counted out of politics; »

Yalies follow Oregon trail to find Kerry voters

November 2, 2004
With only a day left to mail in ballots for the presidential election in Oregon, Alek Felstiner ’04, a regional field director for the League of Conservation Voters Environmental Victory Project, is out canvassing neighborhoods, persuading anyone he can find to vote, and to vote for Sen. John Kerry ’66. “I’m going door-to-door but no »

Elis use supplements at own risk

October 20, 2004
Michael Ranfone, a Yale strength and conditioning coordinator, recalled taking his “fair share” of dietary supplements in college. He also said he would never take any again, now recognizing that popular performance-enhancing supplements may pose significant health risks. “I think it can be dangerous,” Ranfone said. “Everything you put in your body has its effect: »