EMILY BAZELON: Journalist, Legal Wonk, Bullying Expert
Scroll through Emily Bazelon’s Slate author page, and you’ll find that in the last week, she’s writ- ten almost an article a day, i.e., a lot. A senior editor for Slate, Bazelon is also a lecturer and the Truman Capote fellow for creative writing and law at Yale Law School. She is currently teaching a »
How to save a memory
“How To Survive A Plague,” shown this past Wednesday at the Whitney Humanities Center, is a tour de force that conveys an urgency foreign to any domestic movement today.
A Conflicted Education
According to students and faculty members interviewed, each of whom follows the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the atmosphere on campus surrounding the issue is generally calm and respectful, with an emphasis on communication over confrontational activism.