Milan Singh
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
SINGH: All politics is national

Across the street from my home in Cambridge is a branch of the public library bearing a large mural of Tip O’Neill. On the lower […]

SINGH: Roe and the red ripple

Going into Tuesday’s midterm elections, the consensus among pundits was that Democrats would get washed away by a red tsunami. The question was not whether […]

Yalies queue up for bivalent boosters on Cross Campus

Unexpectedly high turnout for the booster pop-ups on Nov. 3 and Nov. 10 led to long lines.

SINGH: Loosen zoning laws

The News recently published a story about how Yale’s on-campus housing shortage, combined with a “decades-long underproduction of units” in the surrounding city, has forced […]

SINGH: Choice for me but not for thee

Herschel Walker, the ex-football star-turned-Republican candidate for Senate in Georgia, claims he is 100% pro-life. He has said that Georgia’s six-week abortion ban doesn’t go […]

SINGH: Vote Yes on Question 1

Early voting is safe, convenient, and nonpartisan — it’s a commonsense reform we need. In five weeks, voters across the United States will go to […]

Lithuanian Foreign Minister: West must decouple from trade with autocratic nations

Gabrielius Landsbergis spoke to students and faculty at a Monday talk about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, China’s sanctioning of Lithuania and the need for the West to stand firm against autocracy.