LETTERS
LETTERS 4.22

Dear President Salovey, The undersigned Yale College alumni started together as Morse College first years in the class of 1972 and went on to careers, […]

LETTER 4.12

To the Editor: Regarding Amelia Davidon’s excellent and comprehensive April 6, 2021 article (“After controversy, First Women Written History Project to include attribution, reinstate some […]

LETTER 4.9

Dear YDN, On April 7, the New York Times published an opinion piece making the point that limited places at elite colleges suggest the need […]

LETTERS 4.2

This letter is responding to the article “Legendary” Professor Charles Hill dies at 84. Charlie Hill taught me to write a letter to the editor […]

LETTER 4.1

In the “Choosing politics” opinion piece published on March 29, the author calls attention to a common mistake many of us make. Sometimes we misattribute […]

LETTERS 3.26

Dear YDN,  Thank you for the clear and complete article about Bandy Lee’s MED ’94 DIV ’95 lawsuit against Yale University for unlawful termination of […]

LETTER 3.16

In the article “Overworked, overwhelmed, underpaid and underappreciated: Yale’s registrars are tired,” my supervisor was singled out in an unfair and disingenuous manner. Liza Joyner, […]

LETTER 3.8

The title of Sude Yenilmez’s ’24 op-ed article subtly raises an important distinction. Americans in general are not simply ignorant of the world but rather […]

LETTER 3.3

In the Feb. 26, 2021 edition of “This Day in Yale History” it is noted that in 1976 Yale finalized its plans to demolish a […]

LETTERS 3.2

To the Editor: Regarding Amelia Davidson’s report on Feb. 10, 2021 of the objections and angry dismay that some alumnae felt upon learning that their […]

LETTER 3.1

A recent op-ed, “Dear vegans, please check your privilege,” states numerous complaints against vegans: the shaming of underprivileged communities, health concerns and environmentalist insufficiency. While […]