ARBUTHNOT: Not just a Cambridge copy
Discovering that Yale is emphatically not what Cambridge students — and possibly what Brits in general — often believe it to be has been one of the great privileges of coming here.
DONG: The detained World Fellow
There are plenty of people raring to climb the social ladder by selling their soul, but few have been as successful as the 2005 Yale World Fellow.
ISACKSON: Rev. Shipman’s hate
The façade of protest against Israel’s military has allowed hideous anti-Semitic statements to escape condemnation. Now that Rev. Shipman is attempting to bring this sinister allusion to Yale’s campus, it must be condemned in the strongest tone possible.
HOLLOWAY: The work before us
With the University set to break ground this year on two new residential colleges and Yale College set to expand by roughly 800 students, the warp and woof of what makes Yale so special must be carefully examined, even if only to reaffirm this great place and its traditions.
GONZALEZ: Infinitely beautiful
Whether through secret societies, internships, fraternities, sororities or other student organizations, we long to unpeel the onion of success at Yale. Our self-worth is pinned to these social constructions.
ROSTAIN: Protest Ja Rule
In his hit, “Always on Time,” Ja Rule raps, “I got two or three hoes for every V / And I keep ’em drugged up off that ecstasy.”
MORRIS: Young money, and its limits
If you, like me, felt this strange pull toward the mystical title of “financial analyst” or found yourself amidst a pack of suit-clad bulldogs sniffing each other out and sizing each other up at a Goldman Sachs recruiting session without any idea how you got there, Kevin Roose’s new book is a must-read.