Yonah Freemark
Standing on Class Day — for peace

We are two Yale seniors against the war. We will graduate in the year 2008, the fifth year of the conflict in Iraq. Like many […]

Johnston misjudges Great Society’s strides

A commonly held misperception regards the social policy solutions implemented by President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society as unsuccessful. Johnson’s failure allegedly proved that the liberal […]

Wider campus footprint demands transit overhaul

In forums beginning tonight, Yale College students will be given the opportunity to discuss the possible creation of two new residential colleges. Together, the colleges […]

Marginalization encourages violent crimes

On Saturday night, my friend and I decided to walk to the shore — a two-mile walk from our off-campus apartments. On Howard Street, a […]

Yale must step up to the plate on aid issues

Last month, the Undergraduate Organizing Committee (UOC) conducted interviews with over 300 undergraduates on the subject of financial aid. We talked to students from highly […]