METTER: A just housing policy
To all those in the administration who put considerable emphasis on Yale’s performance in relation to our peer institutions, I would like to point out that we are behind every other Ivy League university with regard to gender-neutral housing.
CLARK: Developing engineering clubs
A few big student-engineering groups like Engineers without Borders, Bulldogs Racing and Aerospace can draw about 20 committed members each, but considering that Yale graduates approximately 60 engineers each year, there is significant room for improvement.
BARLOWE: Fossil Free Yale’s mistake
Although FFY has made a great deal of progress with the administration by gaining influential allies, this seems to be the extent of the tactics FFY is willing to take.
GELBFISH: How can we learn lishmah
When it comes to classes and academics, I find a disturbing lack of learning for its own sake, perhaps because of the crushing weight of grades and GPAs.
PHAM: Weights and heartaches
When I was young, I viewed my body as a burden, as weight I had to carry around. Now my body is a source of pride
ALATORRE LÓPEZ: Diego’s murder
Unfortunately, some of those students who are committed to bringing about change to our country fall victim to the violence and do not live long enough to realize their dreams.
REED: The ethical investor?
On Feb. 22, the CCIR held its annual meeting with the ACIR. The CCIR did not make any decisions at the meeting, and instructed the ACIR to refrain from sending any letters requesting that companies disclose emissions at that time.
HARRISON: Flight 370 and the media
We are blessed to live in a country in which news is privatized and wrested from government oversight, but with this blessing comes immense responsibility.
ROSENBAUM: Why cancel my class?
One of the primary missions of the faculty is teaching in Yale College. We should not be cutting important undergraduate courses that underlie this mission.