Not all Yale intellectuals are Light & Truth staffers
We should boycott the South
You can say many things about Clinton, but at least he wasn’t flaccid
Time for tax cuts
Why liberals lose arguments
Liberals on accountability
Reach for the stars
God save the King
And reality shouldn’t trump fantasy
For the final event of sex week
Depends on whether or not you’re Republican
Don’t remind us
Which is why the YFP is pursuing its own space program
That doesn’t matter—-we’ll be safely on Mars v“Unilateral domination of space can only cause jealousy in other countries, corruption within the one that controls it, and ultimately, disaster for the whole Earth.” v— Patrick McGill, The Yale Herald, 1/23/04
Great analogy, hon
Because sex is solely about entertainment
Even STDs discriminate
On February 4th, 13 Yale-New Haven Hospital workers settled with the Service Employees International Union District 1199 after filing a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board over the union’s membership resignation policy. The NLRB found that union bylaws violated workers’ rights by requiring a formal hearing to be held before a union member was allowed to resign. Just another example of the extreme measures, both legal and illegal, taken by unions in order to impose the will of union leaders upon unwilling workers.
Yale College offers its students a variety of programs of study from which to choose. For example, there is a religious studies program, a history program, an anthropology program, a political science program, and now, coming soon to a New Haven college near you… a Native American studies program? Let’s get this straight. One needs the same amount of time to complete the study of all the major religions in the world as he does to complete the study of one culture? Something about this seems kind of strange. I guess the rest of us just didn’t have the right lobby.
Jesse Jackson called upon Yale to allow minority assets managers to manage at least five percent of Yale’s financial assets. His argument? “[The minority managers] felt that once they get in the door, they can grow,” Jackson said (YDN 1/26). If only that line worked at my interview last week: “Sorry, sir. I know that I’m grossly underqualified and inexperienced, but I feel that if I could just get in the door, I wouldn’t fail. I want you to trust me on this one.”
And finally, it’s Sex Week once again at Yale University-–the week where we are blessed to hear from, as the Sex Week website tells us, the “nations [sic] most widely know [sic] sex therapists, models, porn stars, writers, and executives in the entertainment industry.” Let’s set aside the fact that students who are supposed to be among the brightest in the nation ought to have something better to do with their time than to try to prove how cool they are by talking loudly about sex. Instead, let’s talk about the real issue: given the tendency at Yale towards unattractiveness, do we really want to live through a week in which “sex consumes the life of the campus”?