July 17, 2018
“Women in Media: Reporting in the #MeToo Movement” featured a discussion between journalists Kasie Hunt and Elise Jordan ’04 B.A. and Yale VP Eileen O’Connor.
Trump is now in a situation any leader should fear and avoid at all costs: Surrounded by enablers who play to his worst instincts to stay on his good side.
July 11, 2018
If we’re going to cover the nomination process the way we cover an election, let’s quit messing around and buy the whole hog.
July 9, 2018
When uncertain about the effects of their actions, people tend to act more selfishly — unless the uncertainty extends to how their actions impact other people.
Confirmation of an anti-abortion justice could take us back to an era when women were second-class citizens and male politicians made decisions about our bodies
A small party-line difference in scores on an analytical thinking survey gets bigger when factoring in political ideology and the 2016 Presidential vote.
July 2, 2018
Justice Kennedy has been and remains a national treasure, but so is the Court itself, and so are its other members.
June 29, 2018
In southern Ohio, diverse efforts to build a new economy show real promise. Can they create the momentum to overcome a legacy of poverty and underinvestment?
June 26, 2018
In a new study Yale SOM’s Tristan Botelho looked at bias in the investment industry, finding that women’s ideas get less attention than their male colleagues’.
June 12, 2018
No country can be successful if it can’t be honest. America needs to be held to its own standards or it will fall under its own hypocrisy, argues Amy Chua.