SAVERIN: Finish lines
I’m worried about the moment after the finish line. I want everyone to be okay.
I get wistful and consider what advice I might have given myself four years ago. One word comes to mind: linger.
GRAVER: So long, Thrasybulus
To Yale, Professor Kagan has given an almost indescribable tenure — one defined as much by his character as his mind.
MAGDZIK: The lessons we’ll learn
Even as we move boldly forward, it’s difficult not to look back and wonder whether we did everything the way we were supposed to, or try to figure out what we should take away from our experience.
ZHENG: A case for domestic exchange
Our Yale educations will not be compromised by a semester or a year at another American university. Rather, by creating domestic exchange programs, Yale will go further in encouraging its students to pursue diverse experiences and academic excellence.
LARSON: Defending a broader academy
The narrative that American higher education has devolved since the 1960s into an ideologically self-reinforcing attack on American values — one that shuns Western achievements and accomplishments in favor of minority groups — is no longer the pet story of a few grumpy conservatives.