Because of the new collective consumption of news due to social media and the rise of clickbait and controversy as journalistic tactics, the Olympics have become a pressure test for athletes: either falter and face widespread criticism, or rise to the occasion and become a national icon.
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.
Our education system has, in effect, reinforced America’s existing aristocracy.
In addition to paying close attention to the behavior of High-Frequency Traders, politicians must coordinate bipartisan, large-scale responses to economic crises in order to properly recover and diminish the harm that comes from the next one.
The results of the ASEAN summit “do not reflect the views and voices of the Myanmar people and will not solve the political crisis in Myanmar.”
It answers the questions that come to mind when we’re walking down a nearby street, but that we quickly accept are too difficult to answer.
A combination of legislative obsolescence, financial sleight-of-hand, and philanthropic deceit are the smoke and mirrors behind which the richest Americans shirk their legal, and arguably moral, responsibility.
The environmental impact of the gas car highlights the pressing need for climate-focused transportation reform. But how can the American dependency on cars be reconciled with the urgency of decarbonization in the transportation sector?