Christian Wolpert Gaztambide
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Letter 2.10

In an editorial published on Tuesday, Feb. 9, the Yale Editorial Board demanded that “We must disentangle Yale from virtue in the public consciousness. We […]

LETTER 10.21: Concerning “What is honor?”

In a recent opinion piece, John Klingler ’22 advocates for Yale to adopt an honor code in a similar fashion to other Ivy League institutions […]

WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: Integrating Puerto Rico

In the wake of Hurricane Maria, various campus organizations have mobilized against Yale’s holdings in mutual funds that hold Puerto Rican bonds. While I agree […]

GAZTAMBIDE: Lend me your ears

While many members of the Yale community claim to be guardians of “light and truth,” they are in fact blinded by hypocrisy.

WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: No roads lead to Toad’s

The line extends around the corner of the building and almost reaches the doors of Stiles and Morse. From juniors and seniors ready to get hammered, to the freshmen eager to get a taste of the Elm City “nightlife,” all are equal in the line to enter Toad’s, the most popular hangout for Yalies looking to escape the stress of study. The atmosphere outside is electric. But inside, it’s another story.