Opinion | 2:42 pm | April 18, 2013 | By Jacob Sandry and Julian Debenedetti

Forum: Response to Ross Douthat

In this installment of the YDN Forum, contributing bloggers Jacob Sandry ’15 and Julian Debenedetti ’15 respond to a recent column about diversity in the Ivy League penned by Ross Douthat of the New York Times.  In his recent New York Times column, Ross Douthat paints the Ivy League as a surreptitious tool used to perpetuate the »

Opinion | 2:37 pm | January 30, 2013 | By John Masko, Scott Stern, and Diana Rosen

Forum: UCS

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 »

Opinion | 11:32 am | January 17, 2013 | By Jennifer Gersten and Scott Stern

Forum: Shopping Period

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With shopping period upon us, students are scrambling to assemble that perfect schedule of seminars, lectures and sections. In this edition of the News’ Forum, our contributors chronicle the ups and downs of this important Yale tradition. Scott Stern, Staff Blogger | Sophomore in Branford College Shopping period is stressful. As someone who is currently »

Opinion | 1:53 pm | November 12, 2012 | By Katharine Spooner, Leah Sarna, and Dhruv Aggarwal

Forum: Veterans Day

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This Veterans Day, Yalies reflect on themes of service and sacrifice. Read their reflections in today’s News’ Forum. Katharine Spooner, Guest Columnist | Freshman in Timothy Dwight College Yesterday was a special day for the British and Commonwealth armed forces. Nov. 11 is the annual Remembrance Day for those who sacrificed their lives while serving »

Opinion | 8:43 pm | November 11, 2012 | By Nathaniel Zelinsky and Kathryn Crandall

Forum: Yale-Harvard game shirts

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This year’s Freshman Class Council Yale-Harvard game shirt will go on sale this week, but not without its share of controversy. Read perspectives in the News’ Forum: Kathryn Crandall, Guest Columnist | Freshman in Saybrook It’s a well-known fact among all Yale students. It’s printed on T-shirts, sweatshirts and even boxer shorts: “Harvard sucks.” Why »