Justin Zaremby
Returning to normalcy, reclaiming our purpose

Faculty and students breathed a sigh of relief when University Secretary Linda Lorimer announced that the weeks-long strike will end this weekend. After much anticipation […]

You say it’s your anniversary, Mr. President

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. On April 15, 2002, Richard Levin was named president of Yale University. In […]

A rally you’d be proud of: Yalies supporting our troops

The campus pacifists are painting a new caricature these days. Those who support the war, they argue, do not care about the well-being of U.S. […]

Pillaging the village — or just your dining hall

With the cloud of war looming over New Haven, the rationing had begun. Under the piercing eyes of John Calhoun, I was trapped in the […]

You’re a Yalie, they’re unions: Stay out of it

The impending strike by Yale’s unions and graduate students has led to much talk of holding classes off campus. Students and faculty members have argued […]

Presidential fire and brimstone

A famous Yale graduate once proclaimed, “All you that never passed under a great change of heart by the mighty power of the Spirit of […]

Why ever leave Yale if you can stay forever?

A friend of mine from the University of Michigan told me about an interesting innovation at that institution. In addition to the standard crop of […]

Anti-Semitism: back en vogue and kicking

Daniel Fichter and James Kirchick did a fine job explaining the intellectual dishonesty of Yale’s anti-Israel divestment movement (“The truly extreme side of divestment,” 11/18). […]

The other sordid story of Stacks

In his freshman address this year, Yale President Richard Levin praised the numerous treasures to be found at this University — particularly in the halls […]

JAG protests misguided, harmful

I look forward to the day when the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy comes to an end. This will not happen overnight, let alone during […]

Union plan disgraces MLK

The unions are lying. They have no interest in negotiations, let alone a fruitful dialogue with the University. Bob Proto and his followers want their […]