Dara Lind
Lind: So long, schedule

Last Saturday, I missed the Safety Dance again. During my time here I have attended exactly one Safety Dance — sophomore year — and missed […]

Lind: Faces may change, but ideas persist

I’m not yet sure exactly how I feel about being a senior — besides the blunt existential terror that accompanies any attempt to shoehorn “anthropology […]

Lind: Pondering police presence

Dear Chief Perrotti: So what’s up with all the police around campus? We’ve been looking pretty hard for information from you on this, and we […]

Lind: Self-defeating academia

The beginning of each year provides plenty of reminders of just how many regulations Yale has: from the “Undergraduate Tenant Manual” that awaited me in […]

A healthier four-year strategy: unapologetic awe

This summer I met the front man for one of my favorite bands — and proceeded to get mortally star struck. It felt something like […]

Falsifying campus unity lowers value of its diversity

Maybe it’s the fact that I spent much of last week in Madison, Wis., and I wanted to offset a steady diet of Midwestern cheer […]

Elis graduate with no skills — and few prospects

March Madness isn’t over yet. Who cares? The admissions game is the most closely followed varsity sport at Yale, and this week brought us some […]

In creating dialogue, Elis should raise the bar

I haven’t yet signed the “Setting a New Tone” poster-petitions that have sprung up across campus in the last week. I still don’t know how […]

Change your Prospect of campus with the times

It might be unsurprising, given how liberal we are most of the time, that when Yalies take conservative positions, we tend to be pretty dumb […]

Yankee Doodle, Barack Obama: Two peas in a pod?

It’s been a productive couple of weeks for movements at Yale University. On Tuesday night, the efforts of dozens of Yalies over the last month […]

Yale on harassment: No talk, no action

It is possible, though not likely, that Yale will have taken decisive action to resolve the “YALE SLUTS” dispute by the time this column goes […]