AROUTIOUNIAN: Saving sincerity
We have a responsibility to restore sincerity, virtue and meaning into most of what passes as political discourse on television and in print.
ROSEN: Seeking a better job search
Either there aren’t enough jobs to go around right now, or there is some major bureaucratic problem in the way that job applications are being submitted to employers.
NGARMBOONANANT: Stay in, Ella
If Wood stays, the residents of Ward 7 will be given that chance to reflect. If she drops out of the race, these residents will be deprived of any direct instrument to express themselves.
ZHENG: The hairless caveman
To adopt the values I believe in is one thing. To fail to understand that of another is something else.
MASKO: You can never have enough music
While I can’t guarantee that your life will be deeply affected by the first concert you go to, sooner or later, if you choose your musical events well, it will.
LARSON: Don’t write that essay
Is the senior essay so important to our development that it should be encouraged and coerced out of us? I doubt it.
AROUTIOUNIAN: A time for choosing
Many activities at Yale are wastes of time – how else to describe hours spent in organizations compiling data, running errands or sitting through dull meetings?