KOHRMAN: Testing ourselves
I was waiting at a new clinic in a new city. The clinic, which filled the first floor of a small house just east of downtown Denver, still bore vestiges of a home; a wrought iron fence, a little yard and a mailbox.
SCHWARZ: Just Ray
Ray Rice is from my hometown. He was our golden boy — the star player on the football team, top scorer on the basketball team and a heartthrob.
SIBARIUM: Pinker’s false logic
Achievement cannot be codified so easily by an objective, depersonalized formula, even one that purports to account for grades, essays and other non-standardized metrics.
SABIN: Looking past divestment
Recently, the University announced that it would not divest from fossil fuel companies and the decision sparked lively campus debates. Many students expressed immense disappointment in Yale’s decision. I, however, take the path less traveled and support the University’s decision.
OKONTA: Reality check
After nearly four years of giving my all to a university that I cherish deeply, I was essentially told I didn’t fit the standard mold of a Yale student.
OMEISH: On MSA’s letter
We want to take this opportunity to tell the story of our reaction to the announcement of Hirsi Ali’s visit, from the beginning.
SOBOTKA: On GameDay
Let’s convince ESPN to bring GameDay to the place it belongs on Sept. 27: here.
LIZARDO: Why Hirsi Ali should come
One need not agree with everything Ayaan Hirsi Ali says to agree that her voice makes a valuable contribution to advancing the open exchange of ideas on this campus.
TRAMONTE: Risk, reward and protest
Regardless of how hard students try, it seems that the capacity to inspire outrage on campus and channel it into productive, non-institutionalized activism is gone.