ROSENSTEIN: Combatting hate
The Jewish community at Yale is strong and firm, evidenced by the hundreds of students who went to Old Campus to express their Jewish pride.
BROWN: Decolonizing Columbus Day
The memory of Columbus Day does a disservice to the Native Americans whose communities were destroyed. Rather, we should take this as a day to remember our tragic history.
POMERANZ: In pursuit of Lux et Veritas
With the opening of the new residential colleges, we have a powerful opportunity as a University and as a community to write back into history those who've shaped it.
STEINBERG: Stay home, Yale
Yale’s tradition is not an object to be packaged and shipped across the Pacific. An imitation of the Yale atmosphere is incomplete without its New England environs, the brisk autumnal winds or the Gothic spires.
MAHONEY: It’s on Facebook
Yet “It’s on Us” addresses an institutional disease, not a human one. Sexual assault is an issue that demands not just awareness and money for research, but a fundamental change in how we conduct ourselves.
DAPONTE-SMITH: The reality of crime
This city might indeed be considered “dangerous,” but the situation is undeniably improving. The Yale administration and students alike ought to take note.
SIBARIUM: History as patriotism
Patriotism is about more than unqualified reverence for one’s country. It is about a commitment to bettering one’s nation and upholding its most sacred values.