HOLMES: Playing with iKnives
So when we go home to spend time with our families, let’s think of all of the smartphones and laptops in the house as Swiss Army knives.
GRAVER: No one for Ward 1
The position of Ward 1 alderman is exhaustively problematic, equally so for the elected as for the electorate.
LARSON: GOP for Ward 1?
What would the symbolism be if the Board of Aldermen’s sole Republican vote came from a Yale student?
MEDANSKY: Tomorrow’s moon
It strikes me as somewhat ironic that NASA, once a testament to sustained national cooperation, has come to symbolize the gridlock of government shutdown.
ZHENG: Don’t depend on America
Is America, despite its military strength and financial influence, still suited for the responsibility of being the shining city upon a hill?
MEDANSKY: The Ball in Salovey’s court
I hesitate to call this weekend’s inauguration a paradigm for inclusivity. Instead, the administration has spun its imperfect, yet benign ceremony into a shaky symbol for a democratic Yale.
HOLMES: The Pregnant Girl
You know who actually had a big baby belly when she was my age? Senior United States Senator Elizabeth Bossanova Warren.