NEWS’ VIEW: Our missing classes
As we rush to turn in our schedules, shopping period has once again come to a close. But in two areas, Yale has left us with noticeable gaps in our curriculum that must be filled.
NEWS’ VIEW: A time to remember, a time to act
As a Connecticut school, we feel the pain in Newtown as our pain. Their loss is our loss, their grief our grief. We, as a community of learners just a few miles away and a few years older, must remember that we are not so different from Sandy Hook Elementary School. We ask for safety »
NEWS’ VIEW: Warner to Woodbridge
The face in Woodbridge is changing, but it remains to be seen whether the values and policies that guide our University will change as well. These are the questions we hope to answer this semester.
NEWS’ VIEW: A president, a presence
Provost Peter Salovey has held almost every senior leadership position at Yale. He has been a professor, a department chair, a dean and a provost. We have no doubt his experience will allow him to lead the University capably. But more importantly, Salovey has been, and continues to be a student of Yale — a »
NEWS’ VIEW: Obama for President
Four years ago, we wanted to be older. We longed for the magic of filling a bubble or pulling a lever — of showing our support for a young Illinois senator with big words and big dreams for our country. We were young, then — many of us too young to vote. But we were »