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A Global Britain: Theresa May Outlines Priorities for Brexit

In a landmark speech, Theresa May called for no "partial membership" in the EU.

An Immodest Proposal: Trump Plans an Expensive Inauguration

Justin Jin breaks down the plans for tomorrow's festivities.

Eurosphere: Trump’s Ledger of Leaders

In the fourth installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman explains the way European leaders have identified themselves in relation to Donald Trump.

Heads Will Roll: Belgium and the Netherlands Conduct a Peaceful Land Swap

The border dispute was bloodless, but it did have a head count.

Gambia Decided?

The Gambia has voted to oust its strongman president of 22 years. But will he step down?

Venezuelan Referenda: Disease or Cure?

Referenda in Venezuela have weakened the opposition and are contributing to the country's political problems.

Airbnb and New Haven

Jacob Malinowski explores Airbnb around Yale.

Featured Interviews

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.

Lower Your Voice: Sexism Drowns Out Women In Public Speaking

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

Unbuckling Expression: A History of Free Speech Policies at Yale

Freedom of speech has become a lightning rod for controversy on college campuses. Natalie Schoen ‘20 delves into the history of policies and administrative decisions aimed at balancing freedom of expression and safety at Yale.

Waging War: Labor Tensions Flare at Yale and Harvard

A strike by Harvard dining hall workers has opened up national conversations about university labor. Sofia Menemenlis ’20 explores the origins of the three-week dining hall worker strike and Yale’s fractious history of labor relations.

Mastry and Our Moment: Questioning Western Portrayals of History

Mastry, Kerry James Marshall’s new exhibit at the Met Breuer, explores African American experiences throughout American history while alluding to classical Western themes. Marshall comments on the dominance of Western narratives within art and depicts an artistic engagement with the past. Mykolaj Suchy '19 broadens this discussion, investigating the prevalence of the Western canon within museums and how institutions can counter an exclusionary view of history.

Bordering Tolerance: British Left Confronts Anti-Semitism

"There exists sometimes a failure to appreciate Jews as an oppressed minority. When you fail to recognize that, you fail to check your actions.”

Breaking the Cage: Women Challenge Discriminatory University Rules in India

“There is simultaneously pressure to educate women while also containing them.”

The Koffee? Question: An Eccentric Brewhouse Straddles Yale and New Haven

The seating area looks like the twisted love child of a 52nd Street jazz club and Cheech and Chong’s basement.

United in Fear: Taking Aim at Connecticut’s Gun Control Debate

The gun control divide represents not only differing policy suggestions, but also disparate conceptions of what a gun is.

Howard Dean and the DNC

After dropping out of the race for DNC chair, Howard Dean sits down with Steven Tian to discuss the Democratic National Committee and the future of the Democratic Party.

Rhinoceros

Megan McQueen reviews the Yale Drama Coalitions latest production.

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.

Featured Interviews

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.

Lower Your Voice: Sexism Drowns Out Women In Public Speaking

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

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.

An Immodest Proposal: Trump Plans an Expensive Inauguration

Justin Jin breaks down the plans for tomorrow's festivities.

Eurosphere: Trump’s Ledger of Leaders

In the fourth installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman explains the way European leaders have identified themselves in relation to Donald Trump.

Secret Courts, Single Sources, and Silence: The Pitfalls of Reporting on Campus Sexual Assault

From navigating closed-door disciplinary hearings and strict confidentiality policies to interviewing traumatized survivors and avoiding single-sided narratives, journalists face many pitfalls in reporting on campus sexual assaults.

Standing with Standing Rock: Yale and the Dakota Access Pipeline

"This is the biggest thing to happen to Indian country in thirty or forty years. Nothing has unified Native people in the same way for decades.”

Stella on SCOTUS: How the Lynch Litigated Christmas

In a holiday-themed installment of her column on the Supreme Court, Stella Shannon looks back at the case of Lynch vs. Donnelly.

Howard Dean and the DNC

After dropping out of the race for DNC chair, Howard Dean sits down with Steven Tian to discuss the Democratic National Committee and the future of the Democratic Party.

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.

Featured Interviews

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.

Lower Your Voice: Sexism Drowns Out Women In Public Speaking

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

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.

A Global Britain: Theresa May Outlines Priorities for Brexit

In a landmark speech, Theresa May called for no "partial membership" in the EU.

Eurosphere: Trump’s Ledger of Leaders

In the fourth installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman explains the way European leaders have identified themselves in relation to Donald Trump.

Heads Will Roll: Belgium and the Netherlands Conduct a Peaceful Land Swap

The border dispute was bloodless, but it did have a head count.

Gambia Decided?

The Gambia has voted to oust its strongman president of 22 years. But will he step down?

Bordering Tolerance: British Left Confronts Anti-Semitism

"There exists sometimes a failure to appreciate Jews as an oppressed minority. When you fail to recognize that, you fail to check your actions.”

Breaking the Cage: Women Challenge Discriminatory University Rules in India

“There is simultaneously pressure to educate women while also containing them.”

The Second Escape: Human Rights Violations Reach Beyond the North Korean Border

“I cursed the mother that gave birth to me. I thought, ‘Instead of giving birth to me, you should have twisted my neck and killed me.’”

Featured Interviews

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.

Lower Your Voice: Sexism Drowns Out Women In Public Speaking

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

An Island Divided: LGBTQ Rights in Hispaniola

Same island, different rights.

Mexico’s Moral Dance with Gay Rights

Arturo Pineda examines the status of same-sex marriage in Mexico.

Powerless Arbitration: The Withdrawal of Nations from the International Criminal Court

Several countries have withdrawn from the International Criminal Court—but why?

Austria’s Existential Choice

What are the stakes of tomorrow's presidential election in Austria?

Educating the Lost Generation

The Jordanian education system struggles with the influx of Syrian refugees.

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