Jordan Trevino
Pope’s comments hold water in U.S. situation

Recently, Pope Benedict’s clumsy handling of Islam, in which he implied it was “evil and inhuman,” has overshadowed the interesting propositions he put forth: Namely, […]

Mexico’s current version of democracy not sustainable

At midnight, as Sept. 15 becomes Sept. 16, Mexicans traditionally look to their president as he ritually rings a bell and swings the flag in […]

University should be forum for open exchange, dialogue

Rahmatullah Hashemi’s presence has exposed the democratic frailty of even our strongest institutions. However this issue is resolved, it should be made clear that Yale’s […]

Response to cartoons lacks empathy

There has been a flurry of attention and even upheaval regarding the publication of cartoons satirizing Islam in a Danish newspaper. I do not mean […]

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The summer’s gone and the cold keeps creeping down my spine. But when I hear of the steel and wire some would build across 700 […]

Casting U.S. as world’s savior has dread consequences

In his recent piece “Antiwar movement is illogical” (11/14), Xan White argues that liberals betray their principles in urging the United States to abandon its […]