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For much of its recent history, Yale University’s administration maintained a deliberate aloofness from its students. It focused on the development and management of the...
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I have written three times in the past couple weeks about the protests at Yale University, my alma mater, about the protests which erupted in...
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Legal Insurrection has a roundup of recent anti-Israel activity in academic associations, including the National Women’s Studies Association, which is reportedly in the midst of...
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Silliman College, one of Yale University’s residential colleges, has been much in the news of late as the intellectual and moral collapse of American academia...
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Much at this point has been written about the controversy at Yale University about whether free speech should be sacrificed for the sake of students’...
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Yale University has once again been in the limelight as students, outraged by free speech and what would pass for common sense outside the university...

That the academy today has become a source of moral inversion is, unfortunately, becoming ever more clear. There are any number of examples, with the...

A Yale University chaplain recently resigned “on his own initiative” over a letter to the New York Times blaming Israel and the Jews for anti-Semitism....

Last week, the New York Times published a series of letters in response to an op-ed by Deborah Lipstadt, a professor of modern Jewish history and Holocaust...

Community service and "social justice" at Yale is coordinated through Dwight Hall which helps student organizations with basic administrative functions: photocopying, lending cars, some funding,...

The one-sided moral outrage of the Ivy Leagues--and in particular of my alma mater, Yale, where I received an MA in history--is a sight to...

Yale’s history department was once the flagship of the university. In academic year 1999-2000, for example, Yale had nearly 350 tenured faculty members, more than...