SYDNEY: Our ungreen greens
Yale should not assume that local and sustainable resources have been maximally utilized and that our sustainability capacity has topped off at 37 percent.
MORRIS: Big poultry, big cruelty
Today, hungry students will flock to dining halls for one of Yale’s most popular dishes, providing a fitting opportunity to reflect on how we treat the birds we eat.
BALAKRISHNA: Directing dreams
As students at a place like Yale, we have both the privilege and responsibility to do justice to our dreams.
DEFIESTA: Change in Ward 1
The lack of interaction between Ward 1 and our alderman showed itself somewhat in yesterday’s election breakdown.
DIAZ: A song for the shore
But Sandy could not destroy my love for my family and friends, my hometown, and the difficult lessons learned here.
QASIM: Calling for radical love
We are intimately and fundamentally connected to one another, no matter the distances created by space and culture.
ARSHAD: An undervalued resource
Now that the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library is turning 50 years old, it’s time we all start making use of it.
HARP: A New New Haven
We have a bright future ahead of us, if we elect a leader who knows how to bring people together and work with them to build consensus-oriented solutions.
ELICKER: Local vote, global impact
When you do go to vote, you should choose the candidate that you feel will best work to connect Yale and New Haven. And I feel that I am that candidate.