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With our two-week respite from midterms and assignments fast approaching, our staff bloggers mull an important campus buzzword: breaks. Diana Rosen ’16 offers a new perspective on the philosophy behind spring breaks, while Scott Stern ’15 pushes us to rethink summer funding. Diana Rosen, Staff Blogger | Freshman in Pierson College It’s getting to that »
In light of a recent report examining the future of grading at Yale, our bloggers mind their A’s and B’s to examine what a liberal arts education really means. John Masko, Staff Blogger | Junior in Saybrook College Sometimes I wonder what our Yale predecessors in the ’50s or ’60s would say, if we told »
Yale’s decision to venture into Singapore with Yale-NUS hasn’t been received very well on campus, to say the least. Last April, the faculty passed a resolution demanding the upholding of nondiscrimination and civil liberties on the NUS campus as ideals of a true liberal arts education. Students spoke out against the college, on the pages »
As internship deadlines loom and interviews approach, Yalies are beginning to think more seriously about that dreaded question: “What are you doing this summer?” In today’s Forum, our staff bloggers weigh in on Undergraduate Career Services, the conduit between many a Yalie and his or her eventual summer job. John Masko, Staff Blogger | Junior »