NEWS’ VIEW: Remaining Yale online

December 6, 2012 • 0
Online expansion should remain true to the spirit of a Yale education.

NEWS’ VIEW: The News congratulates its newest staffers

December 3, 2012 • 0
On Friday, the Oldest College Daily held its fall semester staff inductions. It is with great pride that we announce the newest inductees to the Yale Daily News.

NEWS’ VIEW: Harvard Sucks

November 16, 2012 • 0
Dear Harvard: We need to talk.

NEWS’ VIEW: Transparency in the Chaplain’s Office

November 16, 2012 • 0
We must maintain the integrity of religious life at Yale.

NEWS’ VIEW: Protect Education Studies

November 15, 2012 • 0
To truly fulfill our New Haven promise, to be full citizens of our city, we must continue to teach.

NEWS’ VIEW: A president, a presence

November 9, 2012 • 3
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

October 30, 2012 • 881
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 »

NEWS’ VIEW: DeLauro for Congress

October 30, 2012 • 2
The News endorses Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro for the U.S. House of Representatives in Connecticut’s 3rd District. Born and raised in New Haven, DeLauro, a Democrat, has served as our District 3 congressional representative since 1991. During that time — from her pre-election post as the executive director of EMILY’s List to her role in founding »

NEWS’ VIEW: Murphy for Senate

October 30, 2012 • 1
The News endorses Congressman Chris Murphy for the U.S. Senate. This race has received national attention — and the influx of funding that goes along with it — as the winner of the race may determine which party holds a majority in the Senate. But in a race with two relatively moderate candidates, we are »

NEWS’ VIEW: The character of our colleges

October 23, 2012 • 8
Earlier this month, Berkeley College became the first college at Yale to close its dining hall to members of other colleges on a day other than Sunday. It’s true, Berkeley is a popular and convenient dining hall. But we shouldn’t consider this event in isolation — it’s worth examining whether these restrictions reflect a growing »

NEWS’ VIEW: Restoring trust in the search

October 15, 2012 • 3
The presidential search committee should not be surprised that few students have proposed a vision for Yale’s next president. When Yale Corporation Senior Fellow Edward Bass ’67 ARC ’72 created the role of a student counselor to the search committee, he had the opportunity to legitimize the search process and humanize the Corporation. Inviting students »

NEWS’ VIEW: 135 years later: same News, new names

October 5, 2012 • 1044
Over the weekend, the News completed the process of electing its new editorial and business board members. Their names are listed below. MANAGING BOARD OF 2014 EDITOR IN CHIEF Tapley Stephenson – Wenham, Mass. MANAGING EDITORS Gavan Gideon – Cottonwood, Minn. Mason Kroll – Encino, Calif. ONLINE EDITOR Caroline Tan – Saratoga, Calif. OPINION EDITORS »