FEATURES
FEATURE: Trust Your Guts

As part of Yale’s distributional requirements, every student is required to take a foreign language. Students sometimes balk at the requirement, perhaps believing their four […]

FEATURE: Undefining Misbehavior

How did my words or actions make you feel? What do you wish I understood? What do you wish had happened instead? What do you […]

Reconsidering the Summer Internship

FEATURE: ‘Gray Area’: College Admissions and the Private Counseling Machine

When Logan Roberts ’23 told a teacher he was considering applying to Yale, she replied with three words: “Oh, that’s sweet.” Roberts grew up in […]

Anasthasia Shilov
FEATURE: The Struggle Against Fiction

Editors’ Note: This article contains discussion of sexual violence.    “Pure fiction… that is the nature of the comfort-women-sex-slave story.” —J. Mark Ramseyer, Japan Forward, […]

Losing Track

FEATURE: Home, Sick Home

Two blocks south of Yale New Haven Hospital, a 10-year-old boy named Jaden* coughed and wheezed in his Section 8 apartment. When the downstairs neighbors […]

FEATURE: On the Waterfront

The Long Island Sound spills northward into the New Haven Harbor, which passes beneath Route 95 via the Pearl Harbor Bridge and splits into the […]

FEATURE: Against Erasure

As a newly admitted Yale student, Amal Altareb ’23 attended the 2018 Bulldog Days amazed by everything her new school had to offer. As she […]

Vaccine Hesitancy Isn’t the Whole Story

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Stop and Go: Charting a Path to Traffic Safety in New Haven