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Eurosphere: When Media Monitor Media

In the third installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman examines Russia Today's Washington branch and the agenda behind its coverage of American media.

An Interview with Madhukeshwar Desai, Vice-President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Youth Wing

Find out more about India's political landscape with Vice-President Desai.

Fidel Castro and the Blind Spot of Liberalism

Why does the Left refuse to condemn a brutal tyrant?

Us and Them: An Afternoon with an NHPD Officer

Eileen Johnson spends an afternoon on a ride-along with an New Haven Police Department Officer.

No Uber for You

Tesla is forbidding customers from using self-driving cars as Ubers.

Whose Trump Is This Anyway?

Donald Trump is already shifting away from some of his core policy proposals.

No One Man

Why We Hate Kanye West.

Bombin’ Bulldog Bolton: Get to Know the Potential New Secretary of State

Who is possible next Secretary of State (and Yalie!) John Bolton?

Trump’s Legacy for Muslim Americans

Ahmed Elbenni argues that Donald Trump will have a positive impact on the Muslim American community.

What Happens in Vegas

Grace Kang covers an anti-Trump protest in Las Vegas, Nevada.

A Sanctuary Campus

Julia Ding covers this week's rally on Cross Campus. Art by Catherine Chen.

Loving Mothers? The Open Question of Crisis Pregnancy Centers

How alternative pregnancy centers are changing the landscape for pregnant women in need of care.

When God Still Lives: A Portrait of Post-Revolutionary Iran

Is reform possible in the Islamic Republic of Iran?

“White Pride Online”: The New Face of America’s Racism

White supremacy flourishes in dark corners of the internet.

Power, Politics, and Pirates: Inside the Struggle for Iceland’s Future

A political crisis in a small Nordic state causes waves.

Not Your Grandfather’s Team: Yale Football Embraces Tradition with New Outlook

How Old Yale has changed, as reflected in football.

Us and Them: An Afternoon with an NHPD Officer

Eileen Johnson spends an afternoon on a ride-along with an New Haven Police Department Officer.

A Sanctuary Campus

Julia Ding covers this week's rally on Cross Campus. Art by Catherine Chen.

Loving Mothers? The Open Question of Crisis Pregnancy Centers

How alternative pregnancy centers are changing the landscape for pregnant women in need of care.

Not Your Grandfather’s Team: Yale Football Embraces Tradition with New Outlook

How Old Yale has changed, as reflected in football.

Breaking from A Locked-In Practice: Shrinking Confinement in Connecticut’s Prisons

A Yale alumnus speaks about his time in prison.

Encounters in the Park: An Exhibition on Yosemite at the Yale University Art Gallery

The United States and Manifest Destiny in art at the YUAG.

Property of John C. Calhoun

Weronika Betta interviews Branson Rideaux ’20 about his one-man protest.

Free Speech at Yale and The William F. Buckley Program’s Sixth Annual Gala

Megan McQueen reacts to Congressman Ron Desantis' keynote adress.

How I Learned to Drive

Annie Cheng reviews the Yale Drama Coalition's latest production.

Playing America’s Games: Mascots and the Color Line

At the 100th Anniversary Football Game between Yale and Dartmouth, the Yale Athletics department sparked controversy by printing posters with racist depictions of Native Americans.

“Given Our Economic Reality”: The State of Connecticut’s Budget Crisis

In the midst of the state budget crisis, both Republicans and Democrats agree spending has to be cut. The question is from where.

The Political Climate at Yale Over the Years

Yamini Naidu takes us through a history of political involvement at Yale.

A Tenuous Trust: Police-Community Relations in New Haven

Relationships between police and activists are strained in the wake of NHPD Chief Dean Esserman's resignation.

“An Excellent Faculty”

Claudia Rankine and Yale’s Promises of Diversity

Grad Students Divided

Inside Local 33’s Struggle to Unionize

Let’s Talk About Sex

Yale Confronts Gaps In Freshmen Sex Ed

Eurosphere: When Media Monitor Media

In the third installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman examines Russia Today's Washington branch and the agenda behind its coverage of American media.

No Uber for You

Tesla is forbidding customers from using self-driving cars as Ubers.

Whose Trump Is This Anyway?

Donald Trump is already shifting away from some of his core policy proposals.

No One Man

Why We Hate Kanye West.

Bombin’ Bulldog Bolton: Get to Know the Potential New Secretary of State

Who is possible next Secretary of State (and Yalie!) John Bolton?

Identity Under Attack: Rethinking the Muslim-American Experience

Violence against Muslims has increased in recent years—and might continue to do so.

Coming out as Republican: LGBTQ voices in the GOP

How are queer voices represented in a party that might not protect their rights?

Lower Your Voice: Sexism Drowns Out Women In Public Speaking

On stage, women are perceived differently than their male counterparts.

Pepe the Frog: The Evolution of a Meme for the Alt-Right

How exactly did a "blissfully stoned frog" turn into a symbol of bigotry?

Senate: What’s New, and What’s Not

The Republicans retained the Upper Chamber, but there will still be some changes come January.

A Proud Nevadan

Grace Kang is happy with her state's election results.

No Condom for You

California voted no on Proposition 60, choosing not to require adult film actors to wear condoms.

What Now?

Justin Jin has some advice for the Republicans in office.

Russia the Trolls

The Russian consul general has been accused of trolling the United States by requesting to monitor the 2016 election.

Election Night Liveblog

Quite literally everything comes down to tonight.

Weinergate: Clinton’s Moment of (Carlos) Danger

Adrianne Owings breaks down the latest scandals surrounding Anthony Weiner, and whether it could hurt Hillary's chances today.

Eurosphere: When Media Monitor Media

In the third installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman examines Russia Today's Washington branch and the agenda behind its coverage of American media.

An Interview with Madhukeshwar Desai, Vice-President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Youth Wing

Find out more about India's political landscape with Vice-President Desai.

Fidel Castro and the Blind Spot of Liberalism

Why does the Left refuse to condemn a brutal tyrant?

When God Still Lives: A Portrait of Post-Revolutionary Iran

Is reform possible in the Islamic Republic of Iran?

“White Pride Online”: The New Face of America’s Racism

White supremacy flourishes in dark corners of the internet.

When Pop Music Goes Nuclear: The Explosive Politics of K-Pop in Asia

The influence of K-Pop extends from millions of fans to international relations between East Asian nations.

‘What if Both Sides Are Bad?’: Truths at War in Kashmir

How Kashmir remains a site of resistance in an increasingly fraught world.

Putin Glamour: Russia’s It Girls Spread Trends and Political Propaganda

A few women find themselves in positions of political power in a repressive state.

Deal or No Deal?

Canada and the European Union recently signed a sweeping trade deal. Why are the TTIP and TPP still stuck in stalemates?

America’s Endless War for the Middle East

"It’s not simply that we’ve not prevailed...Rather, through a combination of naivety, short-sightedness, and hubris, we have actually made things worse."

Young Voters’ Guide To Healthcare Politics

What exactly do the candidates mean when they talk about "rising copays" and Obamacare?

Battleground Texas: The Fight for a Red State

Texas is on the verge of becoming a swing state, thanks to PACs like BGTX—a "dangerous threat" to the Republican establishment.

Women, Iran, and Democratization

Professor Farshad Malek-Admadi gives an unnuanced understanding of women in Iran at the Iran Colloquium.

The Nation’s Children: Hillary Clinton at the Yale Child Study Center

Hillary Clinton has espoused a deep commitment to children's rights since her time at Yale. How is that affecting her policy as a candidate?

Eurosphere: Polish Parliament in Brussels

In the second installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman discusses the pros and cons of Veto power.

Solutions to Counter Terrorism

In a world that seems increasingly unstable, how do we protect our citizens while ensuring their liberty?