Alexander Dominitz
Respect for other side can cool theater battle

This is Alexander Dominitz, war correspondent for the Yale Daily News. I’ve just returned from the front, and things look grim. Many are tired of […]

Buffett talk was an artistic experience

Which end of the room is the front? we asked. There was no microphone, just round white tables crammed with students. I grabbed a chair […]

‘Evil’ capitalism provides the money for art

Ever tried to get money for an artistic project at Yale? It’s easy. Just put in an application for a Sudler Fund, and suddenly you’ve […]

A colorblind society is key to ending racism

It is a belief, common among well-meaning Americans, that the first step to ending racism is to recognize its existence. This seems perfectly logical; after […]

To win, Dems must unify ideas

Eighteen years ago this month, Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis visited a plant in Michigan where he took part in a photo-op with an M1 […]

Political consensus not always worth forging

If you know the name Peter Buckley, you most likely know him as the Democratic state representative from Oregon. Few know him as a former […]

Tolerance is linchpin of righteousness

Forget apathetic religious stances. I am willing to say here and now that Peter Johnston is a good person. But what do I mean by […]