Opinion

In expanding, Yale should avoid gentrification

January 28, 2008 • 8
This past week, as we worked on our column in a Bass Library study room, loaded with leather seating and plasma TVs, we thought something obvious: Yale has a lot of money. This is why we can afford such famous professors, accessible funding for the majority of student functions and extensive renovation and construction projects. »
Opinion

Treatment of Rogers reveals institutional racism

December 4, 2007 • 13
We and other members of the Coalition for Campus Unity were deeply upset to learn last week of the treatment of Local 34 member Bernard Rogers — a Yale employee for the past 26 years — by his supervisors and co-workers at Mudd Library. As reported in the News last week by Lea Yu, Mr. »