Kai Thaler
Levin misled students on college expansion

The Yale administration owes the student body an apology. Thomas Kaplan’s article “Expansion: Not if, but when” (1/15) illuminates what many students have been feeling […]

Iraqi minority group needs U.S. attention

The news media is obsessed with violence, and Iraq provides ample stories. There is the Sunni-Shiite conflict, spiraling out of control and stacking bodies higher […]

Honest depictions of history aren’t racist

No one is going to argue that Elihu Yale was a nice guy. As Hiram Bingham III, class of 1898, wrote in his biography of […]

Be informed before you pick your water

There is something in the water here at Yale. It is not that intangible essence of power that makes so many alumni leaders in politics […]

Drugs won’t solve the obesity

Obesity is the most visible and talked-about health issue in America today, and its prevalence is rising worldwide. It has a profound effect on public […]

Confusion blemished parody’s reception

Humor about social issues is always likely to offend someone. This is a simple fact. Generalizations will be made, stereotypes will be used, and even […]