Annie Cheng
Staff Reporter
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YPU, Federalist Society discuss Supreme Court

The Yale Political Union and Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies co-hosted a debate Wednesday night that considered the ethical quandaries and legal implications which might result from a U.S. president stacking the Supreme Court with judges of a specific political leaning.

Q&A with Maxwell Ulin ’17, president of the Yale College Democrats

"People are disappointed and upset but also determined. I think in some ways the election convinced many people both in the Yale Dems and on campus to get involved in politics and electoral politics in particular, in a way that personally gives me something to take comfort in."

The Melting Pot Is a Sham

In 1908, “The Melting Pot: The Great American Dream,” written by Israel Zangwill, took the United States by storm. The play paints a picture of a utopian state; the lawns are bright suburban green, the skies are blue and everyone of different races and identities holds hands and sings kumbaya.

Yanna Lee
Freshman Scholars at Yale expands

Freshman Scholars at Yale, a summer program for incoming students from underresourced high schools, will expand next summer to accommodate a 15 percent increase in the size of the freshman class.

Lux et Letinsky

Canadian-born Laura Letinsky is an internationally exhibited photographer (U.S., Canada, India, Belgium, Germany, France) and fine arts professor at the University of Chicago. Even though […]