Diversity is an important value to the Brandeis community, but it is usually discussed in terms of opposing parties: scientists versus humanists, Democrats versus Republicans, Reform versus Reconstructionist versus Conservative versus Orthodox.
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On March 31, Brandeis released its list of honorary degree recipients for this year's commencement ceremony, including keynote speaker Geoffrey Canada, and five other hon-orees. Among these other honorees was Ayaan Hirsi Ali, whose nomination caused an uproar in the Brandeis community, leading to her degree invitation being rescinded.
Universities offer honorary degrees to recognize a person's achievements in an intellectual field.
In my high school, everyone loved to hate English 11 and Advanced Placement United States History.
The Antonov plane looms in the air, soon to bring about the destruction of a village and a community.
Like any good business, the National Football League does everything it can to protect its assets.
On Sunday, the United Nations launched an ambitious new women’s rights campaign aimed at people that don’t care about women’s rights campaigns.
After much anticipation from the entire Brandeis campus, a draft of the 2014 to 2015 edition of the Rights and Responsibilities handbook has finally been released.
Last March, the University announced its hiring of two new professors, as well as a Florence Levy Kay fellow, as part of a cluster-hire initiative to improve studies on the African Diaspora.
A New York Times/CBS News poll has found that President Obama’s approval ratings are similar to George W.
You will all be missed
As the Class of 2014 takes off their caps and gowns, each member of the graduating class leaves the school with unique experiences and personal understandings of what it means to be a Brandeis student.
I recently stumbled across an article from The Princeton Tory (republished in Time Magazine) called “Why I’ll Never Apologize for My White Male Privilege,” written by Princeton University freshman student Tal Fortgang.
When I graduated from Brandeis in 1972, where I majored in Philosophy, I immediately knew that I owed Brandeis a great debt.
Controversial honorees are a boonIn response to your article “Vetting process raises questions” (4/29):This is essentially a non-article; it simply repeats the administration’s capitulation to a group of students and faculty.
Look for those people...who blaze trails toward the truth, even if universal condemnation is the price.
The American Dream is the ability for any American, regardless of socioeconomic background, to achieve success. Today, economic inequality threatens to undermine the goal of equal opportunity.
Consider all angles
Uphold respectful debate
This past summer, Israel launched a military campaign within the Gaza Strip, responding to Hamas rocket fire and the kidnappings and deaths of three Israeli teenagers.