OPINION
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Economic downturn and the return of the BlueLight special

In a time when the gulf between the rich and the not-so-rich has grown greater than ever before, the American collective identity has deluded itself […]

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Chop calender for MLK Day? Faculty should spurn proposal today

To the Editor: The article (“In forum, Levin answers,” 4/4) reports that “Yale College faculty members will vote at a Thursday meeting on the proposal […]

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India and Pakistan: Bordering on peace

“At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely […]

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Getting a seat at the tercentennial table

There is something almost schizophrenic about the upcoming second tercentennial weekend, a three-day meeting of illustrious minds that includes more than 52 panels, speakers and […]

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Anonymity’s temptation in online discussions

An op-ed columnist attaches his or her name to a piece and accepts the consequences of sharing a political opinion or social commentary in a […]

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Corrections

CORRECTION A front-page caption yesterday incorrectly stated that architect Richard Meier will design the renovations of the Art and Architecture Building. David Childs, not Meier, […]

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As soon as Bush starts a war, I’ve got a summer job

Of course it worked out that the applications for the astronomy summer internships I was interested in required three academic letters of recommendation. Three. Getting […]

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Why boycott Hillary? Because more than any public figure, she engenders division

To the Editor: Emily Grant’s guest column (“A Yale conservative wonders: Why would we boycott Hillary Clinton?” 4/3) opposing the boycott of Senator Hillary Clinton […]

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Refocusing the debate on reparations

To the Editor: David Horowitz’ column (“David Horowitz: Reflections of a campus provocateur,” 4/02) decries the witch hunt of which he claims to be a […]

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Turkey seeks respect within the European community

Istanbul, Turkey — “The day this country becomes a part of the EU, I will give up my British citizenship!” exclaimed my English friend. And […]

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Throw YCC a bone: grant them soap

My last column concerned a worldwide responsibility to battle a catastrophic disease ravaging the African continent. Today I turn my attention to a health issue […]