A senior’s op-ed in the YDN yesterday (“Keeping (out) the faith“) caught my attention for its frank dismay at the place religion occupies on Yale’s campus. Most notably, Kyle Tramonte pointed out a weird disconnect among students: There are many religious or faith-based organizations on campus, there are many religious and spiritual students involved in those organization, and yet there seems to be an unspoken campus-wide agreement, in and out of the classroom, that one’s faith is not a respectable justification for much of anything.