column Dennis Chiang “We cannot tolerate intolerance.” This aphorism best encapsulates the current attitude in academia towards controversial areas of research, which are often labeled as
Correction: Volume III Issue 7 dated March 10, 2015 It has come to our attention that the article “Artistic development in the Liwa desert” reported
Governing Board Interview Series interview David Chappell At Yale University over the spring break, The Octant sat down with the President of Yale, Mr. Peter Salovey,
story Regina Marie Lee Visiting the different residential college (RC) councils at Yale University, Christina Ho ’17 of RC^3 was impressed by the strong spirit each
Maybe Safe, But Not Necessarily Trite letter Ling Xi Min ’17 I refer to Daniel Silverman’s article “We’re Safe and Alright All Trite.” While I appreciate
story Ying Tong Lai As the pioneer batch of Yale-NUS College students prepare to declare their majors by March 13, concerns remain over the Economics major.
story Scott Currie On March 3, the Writers’ Centre hosted a panel of four esteemed guests to discuss issues related to the censorship of children’s books.