Finnegan Schick
Guest Columnist
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SCHICK: In our youth

“If the past is not to bind us, where can duty lie?” – George Eliot, 1860 When war broke out in the spring of 1861, […]

DAPONTE-SMITH & SCHICK: No more snow days

To peruse the News’ archives is to enter another world. Consider the following quotations: “It is important to recognize that education is not merely a […]

SCHICK: Sins, not songs

Note: this column quotes song lyrics that contain vulgar language. If the lyrics “Murder my pussy without the gunshot / Just shoot me up my […]

SCHICK: A time for choosing

At Yale, choice is ubiquitous, from the Blue Book to the new fleet of ramen bars invading the dining halls. Yet choice is making us […]

SCHICK: Toward positive masculinity

Yale students opened the News yesterday morning to read that a male student is going to trial for allegedly raping a female student after the […]

SCHICK: The books in Bass

If Yale’s entire faculty vanished overnight, if they fled from New Haven on a train under the cover of darkness, never to return again, the […]

SCHICK: Our broken college system

Yale’s residential college system is dying a slow and silent death, and nobody seems to notice or care. According to a new Yale College Council […]