POSNER: All tourists welcome
The cold attitude towards Asian tour groups seems uncharacteristic of Yale students, and we ought to be embarrassed by it.
SYDNEY: Why the Rush?
As a child, I excelled at wanting what I couldn’t have. Painted nails and pierced ears had to wait until 12. Ponies were out of the question for a number of reasons, among them my anaphylactic response to their presence. A bay window (I had an obsession with reading nooks) never came to pass. Most »
STERN: Take a walk, Salovey
As the spring semester begins with terrifying swiftness, we should pause to consider President Peter Salovey’s first term on the job. All in all, I think most would agree that it’s been a successful couple of months. The transition went off without a hitch, we’re $250 million richer, and we all got to enjoy the »
ROSEN: Don’t forget G-Heav
Given GHeav’s continued mistreatment of its employees, students should actively choose to boycott both locations until the business is operating within Connecticut labor regulations.
LARSON: Beyond the window-dressing
Something I’ve been thinking about lately — and which Martin Luther King Jr. Day has helped bring into focus — is my own tendency towards status-quo bias.
POSNER: The tailgates will be alright
The memory of a tragedy in the legacy of The Game is a painful one, and we should be willing, if not eager, to make a few sacrifices in the name of public safety.
HALL-PALERM: Help us, Symplicity
At the end of the day, the thing that’s scary for non-finance-and-consulting types is not that we don’t have a job locked down.
STERN: Together and unequal
This is not a column about empathy. It’s not about compassion. It’s about the ability to simply acknowledge the realities that surround us.