OPINION
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LAVIELLE: An opportunity for Yale

The Yale Corporation’s decision last month to eliminate petition candidacies in Alumni Fellow elections has caused quite an uproar. I know just how much of […]

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LIPKA: Yale’s DisTrustees

Imagine an election where only incumbents or their hand-picked designates can run, where every candidate is gagged, where all legitimate policy debate is off-limits. Absurd? […]

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LETTERS 6.1

Editor’s note: The News received the following letters from alumni in response to Yale Corporation’s decision to remove the petition process from its elections. *** […]

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LETTERS 5.27

Editor’s note: The News received the following letters from alumni in response to Yale Corporation’s decision to remove the petition process from its elections. *** […]

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LETTER 5.7

My name is Love. I am honored to say, I am one of only a few people to earn Yale credits while incarcerated. Needless to […]

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