Mitchell Tyler
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TYLER: Fulfillment is overrated

“Why do you do what you do?” This question is taken from a book called “Spirituality for Dummies,” and I did not come across it […]

TYLER: The niche and what it preaches

It’s difficult not to be captivated by Yale’s campus, and it’s just as easy to grow numb to it.  The fact that we operate within […]

TYLER: Less phone, more connection

I spend far too much time reading popular fiction, specifically Stephen King. I’m not ashamed of it. At the end of break I was reading […]

TYLER: Christmas, culture, capitalism and Christ

The recent column, “An atheist’s ode to Christmas,” concludes, in part, this way: “Christmas was never entirely a Christian holiday. At its best, it is […]