POWELL: Coaches as faculty
Why is it that in many parts of the University community, athletic accomplishments, and those who achieve them, are not accorded equal admiration?
WASSERMAN: Our ward, our home
Like in the hometowns where we each grew up, we have a civic right to participate and shape the decisions made here.
HALIKIAS: Eliminate Ward 1
Yale students clearly have an appetite for ruling other people, but they seem to have a much harder time grasping what it means to be ruled.
CLAPPER: A ward for Yalies
New Haven provides us with a classroom for understanding how federal, state and city policies shape urban spaces.
OCHIENG: Equal pay for equal work
For graduating seniors, starting salaries are an all-too-common concern, but for soon-to-be alumnae, figuring out next year’s salary may be a little more stressful than for our male counterparts.
BOYD: Live free or lashings
For a nation born out of religious liberty, recent poll numbers reveal a country sharply divided over current religious freedom proposals in Indiana and Arkansas.
BARLOWE: Moments of strength
Everything and every single person came together to make our sit-in for fossil fuel divestment as powerful as it was.