HALL-PALERM: What’s your thing?
I have yet to ever talk to someone who responds to the question of what he or she does with the answer, “I take classes.”
HALL-PALERM: Faux forgetfulness
It is all too common for people at Yale to meet one another and have a real conversation, albeit a superficial one, and then completely forget about that person’s existence.
HALL-PALERM: We don’t need to be OK
In our quest to continue to be “fine” and function smoothly and without hitches like pesky emotions, I worry that people on this campus didn’t take the time to feel sufficiently sad about Sam See’s death.
HALL-PALERM: Help us, Symplicity
At the end of the day, the thing that’s scary for non-finance-and-consulting types is not that we don’t have a job locked down.
HALL-PALERM: Working within Whim
Auditioning for the Whiffenpoofs — but dismissing Whim — not only buys into sexism, but also perpetuates it by conceding that the standard set by male a cappella is the only standard worth attaining.
HALL-PALERM: SparkNotes politics
Statuses lead to other statuses, which lead to other statuses, as more and more Facebook users feel entitled to water down the already watery online debate. And, the more people post, the more their bitter emotions replace the opportunity for dialogue.