DANIELS: Summer Stranded
Emphasis is placed on going on summer abroad programs. But the resources to fund students on these programs are severely limited.
ROSEN: Student-athletes reconsidered
The right to unionize has long been awarded to their professional counterparts and, given the nature of the relationships between athletes and universities, student-athletes deserve a seat at the bargaining table as well.
HALL-PALERM: We don’t need to be OK
In our quest to continue to be “fine” and function smoothly and without hitches like pesky emotions, I worry that people on this campus didn’t take the time to feel sufficiently sad about Sam See’s death.
POSNER: I will not lean in
There isn’t a place for Sandberg’s narrow brand of feminism in the modern women’s rights movement, and there’s no place for it at Yale.
GRAVER: The burden’s on us
In a sense, we are this administration’s 2 a.m. text: far from the priority, but expected to be there.
BLACKMON: You won’t fool me twice
Making such crucial administrative decisions without any student perspective is dangerous for the future of student life at Yale.
DEFIESTA: Right to ride
In New Haven, it’s all about the jobs. Jobs are one of the few things anybody talks about these days: more jobs for minority workers, more jobs for New Haven residents, more jobs for the youth. That’s why the jobs pipeline, “New Haven Works,” was one of the first accomplishments of the 2012-’13 Board of »
MEDANSKY: A government unchecked
The YCC has instead used student apathy as a tool to deflect attention away from the constitution, shielding them from questions critical of the claims that justified its revision.