OPINION
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Makeup has nothing to do with political decisions

To the Editor: While I agree with Jim DiTullio (“Two Political Women Who Still Don’t Have a Clue”, 2/14) that the resolution of the 2000 […]

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Financial aid and Yale’s self-centered hubris

To the Editor: As the parent of a prospective Yale applicant, I was amazed by K.C. Tan’s column (“Princeton’s financial aid gamble is poison for […]

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Denning improperly let GESO hijack DeVane lecture

To the Editor: The behavior of Michael Denning, a professor of Ethnicity, Race and Migration, during his DeVane lecture was outrageous. By allowing a representative […]

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Exploiting the human psyche for McNuggets and profit

Last week, my introductory psychology class read a book called “Remembering Satan” by Lawrence Wright. I read it too. I mention that not just to […]

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Meet the Corporation and 16 cold shoulders

I was pretty excited on Friday. I finally got to see the Yale Corporation. True, it was from several feet away, and none of them […]

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DiTullio’s sexist attitudes destroy his argument

To the Editor: Jim DiTullio’s disparaging and misogynistic remarks concerning Sandra Day O’Connor and Katherine Harris (“Two political women who still don’t have a clue,” […]

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Distortion unnecessary in abortion

Distortion, evading the question and just plain stupidity are often very good ways out of a debate. If you are — or pretend to be […]

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Correction

Yesterday’s article on the Yale College Council incorrectly stated that Naved Sheikh ’02 is a Berkeley College YCC representative who started his term last fall. […]

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Abortion is black and white no matter how you approach it

To the Editor: In a recent column (“Misogyny, choice and catchphrases,” 2/12) Paige Herwig attempts to stake out a middle ground in the abortion debate […]

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Yale wages war on computer viruses

While Yale has become increasingly dependent on computers and the Internet, viruses have grown more and more insidious and can potentially cripple computer systems throughout […]

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Princeton’s financial aid gamble is poison for all eight Ivies

I have always had the utmost respect for Princeton as an undergraduate institution. Say what you will about its undergraduates, its graduate programs or the […]