Yellow in the Eye: Yale’s Misguided Intent

All seems infected that the infected spy, As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. (Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism, 1709) Ask Benjamin Ginsberg what he thinks about universities as a free-flowing marketplace of ideas. Ask him what he thinks about the academy as a primary force in the careful cultivation of young minds. Now,…

The Medium Becomes the Message

As a result of technological revolution. As a result of time and space and context. Through no result of the individual, but of the cultural collective who receive change. It is easy and justifiably logical to question Marshall McLuhan’s clear-cut admission. Interdependent, surely, the medium is but a vehicle for our message. It is, in…