Tim R.A. Cooper
Our new generation

If you read BusinessWeek a few years ago, you might have been led to believe that Yale’s Class of 2002 was part of “Generation Y,” […]

Hey Selig, cutting the little guys is no answer

The Lords of Baseball have spoken thus: the national pastime is in bad shape, and contraction is the answer. Of course, few outside of Afghanistan’s […]

Sept. 11 challenges a generation

Until recently, I was an Organization Kid, at least according to David Brooks. In last April’s Atlantic Monthly, Brooks argued that today’s Ivy Leaguers and […]