POSNER: Bring back the bake sale
Fundraising is not a cure-all, but asking organizations to be partly self-sufficient is a powerful budget tool. Yale student organizations, it’s time to bring back the bake sale.
GRAVER: A YCC for today’s tomorrow
With April comes another season of YCC elections. Like most undergrads, I don’t follow the day-by-day of our student government.
FALLONE: Does the YUAG believe?
The original wishes of Believe In People in the display of his work should be respected, as of those of any artist within the YUAG’s collection.
MANUEL: Vote no on CLAY
On Wednesday, the Dwight Hall Cabinet will meet to vote on, among other things, whether to grant member status to Choose Life At Yale, which bills itself as Yale’s undergraduate pro-life club.
STERN: Our opportunity
Loud student voices penetrate even the thickest ivy-coated walls. And the YCC could be the embodiment of our sole power — our ability to vocally demand the changes we know to be necessary.
MOTZKIN: Bringing YCC to you
I will be your voice, someone you can trust, someone you can be excited about. The views and opinions of the student body should hold final say — not my opinions, nor the opinions of 24 individuals who, let’s face it, aren’t as knowledgeable about the things that matter to you as you are.
MILLER: It starts with us
As much progress as YCC has made this year, we still have a long way to go in terms of properly representing student voice. As YCC president, I promise to not only support the interests of students, but to actively fight on behalf of them.
HERBERT: A new YCC for everyone
I am calling for a YCC that is not only accessible but also engaging, a YCC that leads on important issues and effects meaningful changes, a YCC that is a magnet not just for student government enthusiasts but also for student leaders.