I posed this question to the students in my sexual ethics class.
At Yale, classrooms full of future doctors, lawyers, and hedge fund managers are contemplating the good life.
The tension was palpable. Then a white student stood up and said something I've never forgotten.
After college, my friends and I chased fulfillment like it was the Holy Grail.
Standards of evidence are politically contested. But the most crucial issue is due process.
“College is arguably the best time and place for us to push our intellectual limits.”
We live in an anxious age. But it's worse for some than others.
Being religious is not about following rules. It's more like dancing.
I thought I'd get bored by the problems of the young. But I've grown to cherish interactions with students—especially the religiously unaffiliated.
There I am in the bottom bunk of my small room in the old hall, with my roommate snoring above me, the roommate I hardly saw and hardly knew.