During the next gubernatorial primary, we can make criminal justice a sticking point by stressing the Governor’s power to shape the criminal justice landscape.
Inside Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen’s Drop-In and Resource Center, Alvin* was sitting at a small, tucked-away table in front of a booth where a young woman was cheerily handing out coffee. He had laid out a black and gray camouflage backpack sideways and open on the table, and the pattern matched the one on his …
Over two weeks, I interviewed several Latinx faculty and staff at Yale about their experiences. I was curious to find out what obstacles they had encountered and overcome, and sought to learn how their identity influenced their careers, if at all.
On August 5, Yale students and faculty came together to participate in The Politic’s first ever mental health roundtable, moderated by Sophia Hahn ’24, to discuss the mental health crisis among young adults.
“There’s an idea behind this building—using common materials for ordinary people but levitating them [and] making dreams out of the mud.”
In attempting to mathematize love, we overestimate what the algorithm can provide and underestimate what human variables can do.
Thus far, the university has successfully made vaccine equitability the centerpiece of its vaccine distribution efforts. But as Connecticut expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility, Yale must continue to expand its current efforts.
The world is not perfect and will never be perfect as we will never all agree. However, we must agree that the protection of human rights is a universal problem that requires a solution.