OPINION
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The mayor, his mall and their legacy

In the last decade, the siren song of the downtown regional shopping mall has twice ensnared the administration of Mayor John DeStefano Jr. Burned by […]

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United States not only NATO combatant

To the Editor: One assertion in Milan Milenkovic’s column (“What happens when the U.S. picks a fight,” 1/11) cries out for rebuttal. It is his […]

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Green Party has noticeable flaws

To the Editor: In the wake of the Nader hit on campus, it seems any detractors of the Green Party candidate are at risk to […]

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McSorley should be held responsible for on-ice actions

To the Editor: Mike Obernauer (“McSorley Trial Unnecessary,” 10/5) wrote that despite the “brutality” of the illegal check against Donald Brashear, Marty McSorley of the […]

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Yugoslavia revolts without bloodshed

The 20th century will someday be remembered as a dark age in the history of politics. It is a century that has seen two world […]

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Who’s the real criminal?

To the Editor: I was incredibly saddened and disappointed by the publication of Friday’s article (“‘Flower lady’ off hook but doesn’t please all,” 10/6). An […]

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Hard times make bright college years dim

Remember Yale’s Alma Mater, “Bright College Years?” (Hint: You have mumbled the lyrics at least once, during freshman assembly your first week at Yale). It […]

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The Yale student and the News

On January 28, 1878, the first five-cent, four-page issue of the “Yale News” rolled off the presses at 11:50 p.m. The inaugural words were pithy […]