Davi Bernstein
Senior Perspective: Davi Bernstein

Yale has always been a battle for me. This spring’s crisis is finishing my work even as the library tries to ruin me. My privileges […]

Get ready kids: It’s Thomas L. Friedman!

It’s difficult to believe Thomas L. Friedman was the first choice for Class Day speaker. I hope the committee invited Donald H. Rumsfeld, my Nobel […]

Finally, giving true peace a chance

It’s difficult to know what’s happening in Iraq now — physically, on the ground — beyond precision bombing and the deliberate march toward Baghdad. Spiritually […]

If only this man were here now

Eugene Rostow used to quip that despite his 10 years in the Yale administration, he still believed in reason. He was analytical, judicious, and one […]

Yale professors doubling as thought-police

I opened the Yale Daily News one morning to find three opinion columns written by faculty on the possibility of war with Iraq. One, by […]

It’s time: three angles, one war

On Wednesday morning, I received an email from a friend of mine suggesting a few rounds at the Anchor. It was necessary to get smashed, […]

UCS fairs: fantastic free pens and mini Snickers, but jobs?

“Great numbers!” I overheard the man who runs Undergraduate Career Services babble these words, not very discreetly, at a recent fair, expressing that his priority […]

Iraq attack has precedent in our long tradition of liberty

My mother and father did not come to New Haven this weekend. That’s fine, I love them for reasons bigger than Yale Parents’ Weekend. They […]

Bombing Taliban must be precursor to broader war

The criminals who vandalize New Haven’s sidewalks with the shibboleth “No More Victims” apparently do not grasp that if the perpetrators and enablers of Sept. […]

Hiding behind candle light, academia shirks duty

Sept. 11 was not the simple “tragedy” the Yale administration peddles; America is at war. Woodbridge Hall and the people at the vigil treat this […]