ONGURU: Exit Interview

I return to my column in a flurry of emotion. While I am excited to pick up my pen again, a part of me fears […]

ZHANG: An Opinion About Opinions

One of opinion writing’s greatest boons is its straightforward process: you sit in front of a blank Word document, sift through some articles across the […]

SAPRE: For provocation’s sake

I have a big problem and her name is Elise. You may ask me who Elise is, but I cannot tell you the answer. She […]

EDITORIAL: Beraki ’24 for President, Li ’24 for Vice President

 The YCC elections today will be of a kind we haven’t seen in several years. In an uncontested race for the 2022-23 student executive board, […]

DUNSON: More than theory

Every morning, standing behind our desks, our heads held high and our small hands placed over our hearts, my elementary school peers and I chanted […]

ANTONIUK: How the Yale Russian Chorus — perhaps unwittingly — aids Russia’s War in Ukraine

It is utter sacrilege for the Yale Russian Chorus to sing Ukrainian songs during Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. This falsely indicates that Ukrainian culture […]

YENILMEZ: The Biggest Lesson of All

“Love you!” When I came to the U.S. for the first time, this sentence probably confused me the most. People I knew for only a […]

NAM: Love Letter To Myself

Normally, people write letters to their future selves so that, after an indiscriminate amount of time, they can read them and reflect on who they […]

BOLES: Graduation Isolation

Everything about COVID-19 sucks (except for this). The latest demonstration of this fact came when an unprecedented number of rising juniors — my class —  […]

DUNSON: Say one thing, do another

When I wrote Abolish Yale, I pissed a lot of people off. One critique stood out to me in particular, though. It was that I, […]

YENILMEZ: All about Eve

“Self-portrayal is thought to be a part of self-realization, yet it has nothing to do with personal awareness,” I wrote in my French essay. “It […]