Jacob Wolf-Sorokin
WOLF-SOROKIN: Sowing the seeds for change

Unlike a TV ad, which loses relevance the day after the votes are cast, grassroots organizing builds the foundation for future political movements. As young people, college-aged Americans are most often the boots on the ground.

Pollster Rasmussen criticizes Republican discourse

Scott Rasmussen declared that the national political discourse surrounding the Republican Party’s failed 2012 campaign is “irrelevant and a total waste of time.”

YCC | Andrew Grass ’16, secretary

Andrew Grass ’16 believes the most important task of the Yale College Council secretary is to streamline communication and make the organization more effective.

Study finds Facebook hostility toward elderly

Facebook may be changing forms of social interaction across the world, but age-based discrimination still pervades the site.

Architecture professors discuss Latrobe

On Feb. 21, the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows awarded Bimal Mendis ’98 ARC ’02 and Joyce Hsiang ’99 ARC ’03 with the 2013 Benjamin Henry Latrobe prize for research that will advance the field of architecture.

Live-streaming gains popularity

When Cory Booker LAW ’97 speaks at this year’s Class Day ceremony, he will be speaking to an audience much larger than the members of the class of 2013 and their relatives.

Prominent political donor falsely claims ties to Yale

A prominent Democratic donor with ties to Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) — the new chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee who is currently being investigated for […]

Yale’s hookup culture takes the spotlight, again

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the University’s hookup culture is once again in the spotlight. Helen Rittelmeyer recently reviewed Nathan Harden’s “Sex and God […]

Professor of four decades dies at 92

Edward Stankiewicz, a Holocaust survivor who joined the Yale faculty in 1971 and pioneered the field of Slavic linguistics, died on Jan. 31 of cardiac arrest.

Kofi Annan advocates for change

For Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations, change has defined his life.

Education superintendent pushes school reform

Though a long way from the public schools he oversees in Baton Rouge, La., John White presented his vision for education reform in America.