One part food, one part France, three parts personality

Whetting My Appetite The soul of a restaurant lies in its menu. The Union League’s is a concise list, with one dish for every requisite […]

The Unusual Suspect

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The authorities sit you down and watch you squirm. Their look tells you […]

Yale and New Haven: Negotiating a ‘marriage without the possibility of divorce’

New Haven, William Pardee explained, was facing the challenges of the “modern city.” Its streets were dirty. As a growing city in a changing economy, […]

For God, for country, and … for China?

[ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”366″ ] Months before he was beheaded, Horace Tracy Pitkin must have sensed the coming disaster. Whispers of unrest probably arrived by train from […]

Playing God in the Elm City

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. May 2, 1927, was a day that called for celebration on Church Street. […]

Virtually Yale

By February, I was overcommitted as usual. In addition to my five credits and the usual list of activities, I decided to take two courses […]

The ethnic counselor system

Take the average Yale student. As soon as some people hear these words, they imagine an affluent WASP who graduated from Andover and spent his […]

Choosing the right path

As a girl, Anna Micevych dreamed that she would one day be a novelist. But her dream had a practical direction: in order to reach […]

We like getting naked

It’s just before finals. Among the harsh lights and architectural blandness of Cross Campus Library, students are desperately reading Cliff’s Notes on The Odyssey or […]

On the Sidelines

Shrieks of laughter and groans of exertion escape from a small fifth-floor room in Payne Whitney Gymnasium, where the Yale cheerleading team practices. Surrounded by […]