Zachary Zwillinger
Simple solutions can improve Yale seminars

Yale ought to undertake a survey of the seminars that it offers its undergraduate population in order to determine how effective they actually are at […]

Are you an alpha-Yalie or a beta?

There are two types of Yalies. Doubtless you are familiar with the first: directed and ambitious, alpha-Yalies are the stereotypical overachievers. Their lives are consumed […]

For homeless, coins don’t equal respect

Of all of the problems that New Haven faces, perhaps the most obvious to the standard Yale student is homelessness. Few cities in the United […]

Who’s better at math? Better off not knowing

Harvard president Lawrence Summers sparked a nationwide debate this week when he asserted that innate gender differences between men and women could help explain the […]

In Swift twist, elderly are our next course

In 1729, Jonathan Swift modestly proposed a measure “for preventing the children of poor people in Ireland from being a burden to their parents or […]

In a tale of two schools, second-best is far better

The Yale Daily News is forever bleeding; it is covered in the crimson blood of another school. Over six issues of the News (from Oct. […]