LETTERS: 2.22.2013

February 22, 2013 • 0
Letters from Tan, Yozwiak.

LETTERS 2.15.13

February 15, 2013 • 0
Letters from Rosenbaum, Masko

LETTERS 2.6.12

February 6, 2013 • 0
Letters from Romanow, Seitz

LETTERS: 1.29.13

January 29, 2013 • 0
Letters from Sestanovich, Beizer.

LETTERS: 1.23.12

January 23, 2013 • 0
Letters from Schwartz, Masko

LETTERS: 01.18.13

January 18, 2013 • 0
Letters from Wilkinson, Shapiro.

LETTERS: 12.12.12

December 12, 2012 • 0
Letters from Diez, Brisman.

LETTERS 10.19.12

October 19, 2012 • 212
Finding resources about Yale-NUS The establishment of Yale-NUS College in Singapore is and will remain a subject of debate here and around the world. We urge members of the Yale community to inform themselves about this project. The best way to do so is to join the web site named “Yale and Singapore,” on the »

LETTERS 10.17.12

October 17, 2012 • 981
Clarifying Yale-NUS policy In the light of Professor Benhabib’s and Professor Miller’s response to your article of Oct. 10, “Yale-NUS develops student group policies,” we would like to clarify certain matters, some of which may have been unclear in your report and others overlooked by our esteemed colleagues. Political groups in general are not banned »

LETTERS 10.8.12

October 8, 2012 • 1608
Safety’s legacy “Thirteen-year tradition ends”? I don’t know about “consecutive years,” but my friends and I danced Safely, and rather more safely, as far back as 1995, my junior year at Yale. If recollection serves, the Safety Dance is even older; I think it was around my freshman year, 1992. It’s hard to tell from »

LETTERS: 9.21.12

September 21, 2012 • 1753
Welcome, Chipotle Dear Yale, New Haven, and all lovers of Chipotle, You’re welcome. Obviously, Chipotle’s decision to open the company’s first location in New Haven had everything to do with our column several months ago (“Yale needs Chipotle,” Feb. 22). Really, we’ll also go ahead and take credit for Shake Shack, Tomatillo and cheese polenta »

LETTERS 9.18.12

September 18, 2012 • 1166
Levin’s legacy of support for the arts The News’ generally positive article on President Levin’s accomplishments in the arts did much to describe the effectiveness of his leadership (“Reinvigorating the Arts,” Sept. 14). Nonetheless, the piece suffers from significant misstatement and omissions. It is false that Levin implemented projects like the renovation of the Art »