Alissa Stollwerk
Dems pick Livengood for Ward 1

Last month, the members of the Yale College Democrats voted overwhelmingly to endorse Rebecca Livengood for Ward 1 alderwoman. After interviewing each of the candidates […]

On Inauguration Day, let’s stand together

Today at noon, George W. Bush will take the Presidential Oath of Office, officially beginning his second term in the White House. Republicans will gather […]

Eli architecture: These days, it’s half-done Gothic

This year, the construction crews of the world seem to have descended upon New Haven. Davenport, the area in front of the Fence Club, the […]

Don’t allow ban on deadly weapons to die

At midnight tonight, the Federal Assault Weapons Ban will expire. The 10-year ban was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Bill Clinton […]

Terrorism commission asks needed questions

It’s March, and as anyone who watches slightly too much television can easily tell you, it’s the season of melodrama. Cinderella teams will upset the […]

We must not forget Dean’s vision

For the last few days, I have been debating whether I need to redecorate my room. The walls of my snug single are covered with […]

Students should stay up on State of City

On Jan. 20, Yalies of all political persuasions were glued to their television sets, either heckling or cheering — well, mainly heckling — Bush as […]

A vacation spent on Dean’s grassroots campaign

For the last two weeks of winter break, I left my television and my warm bed and headed to New Hampshire. I worked 14-hour days […]

Hospital must also aid underinsured patients

Yale is embroiled in yet another set of legal battles as lawsuits on behalf of poor patients at Yale-New Haven Hospital are pending in courts. […]

Democrats need to take back the South in 2004

What happened to the Democratic South? For much of American history, it was the “Solid South” that put Democrats into national office, while the Republican […]

JAG suit is step in fight for rights

In 1954, the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. Central High School in Little […]