OPINION
| CONTRIBUTING REPORTER
DOMINGUEZ: Seminar “English”

“The way Chaucer utilizes language to convey the complex sentiments of love and sex in conjunction with natural metaphors that are typically connotated with a […]

| GUEST COLUMNIST
FLORES: That’s Not My Name

When I arrived at Yale for the first time since it closed to avert a pandemic disaster, I was relieved that I would return to […]

| STAFF COLUMNIST
CROZIER: Student-workers? Worker-students?

On Tuesday, Yale announced its new policy governing student athletes’ abilities to “enter into agreements and engage in activity with external parties that provide compensation […]

| CONTRIBUTING REPORTER
WALTHER-MEADE: Unity on our own terms

The perfect Latino for the American political campaign is the one who swoons at a botched “¡Si se puede!” from a candidate at a rally, […]

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FENG: Angelhair of light

I live in Welch Hall, a brown-red building just next to Phelps Gate shaded by emerald-green shrubbery that knocks softly in the wind. Water easily […]

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KREBS: Tough breakup?
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MORRIS: Windows of opportunity
SLEEPER: Dogmatism and truth
PRICE: Building bridges
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SEOL: Work harder, not smarter
BITTON: Menacing imperfection
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IFTIKHAR: The students before us
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