Charles Zhu
Zhu: Do not go gentle into tap night

In the poem “Do Not Go Gentle Into that Good Night,” Dylan Thomas shows the way in which death can expose weakness and regret in […]

Zhu: Going the extra mile for our cities

A month ago, I couldn’t wait to go back home to Florida for spring break — to see the sun for the first time in […]

Brodsky and Zhu: A collective vision for Dwight Hall

James Cersonsky raised several ideas for Dwight Hall to become more active in promoting community service and social justice (“Step it up, Dwight Hall,” Nov. […]

Zhu: Get off campus; do something

The beginning of school hits many people suddenly and viciously. There is no transition. The sturdy gates of Old Campus seem to close for good […]

Zhu: A new way of thinking

Non-environmentalists at Yale complain about us environmentalists taking away their trays, and our encouragement that they turn off their lights. But we, the environmentalists, have […]

On Earth Day, find your inner environmentalist

Today is Earth Day, and I have a confession to make: As an environmentalist, I am getting tired of hearing about climate change on the […]

Warming could create health nightmare

When we think of climate change, we think of the environment and carbon emissions: wet polar bears, rising sea levels and gas-guzzling SUVs. When we […]