This summer, I was lucky enough to intern in Washington, D.C. for Rep. Anna G. Eshoo, my hometown representative from California’s Bay Area.
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A few weeks ago, I went to a stand-up comedy show with my cousin Josh. As we were talking on the car ride home, he stumbled upon what I think might be the most simple way to combat municipal poverty that I have ever heard, as well as a truly brilliant public relations strategy for whatever school is crazy enough to try it.
Over the summer, I read Hillary Clinton’s new memoir, Hard Choices, which chronicled her tenure as secretary of state.
As returning Brandeis students have finished settling back into campus, right away we have started to notice some of the changes that have been made over the summer?like the new Usdan Student Center and other cosmetic fixes around campus.
This past Friday, the University community gathered on the Great Lawn for a campuswide dinner designed to, according to Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel, “teach about the sanctification of time” and the diversity of the campus.
This summer, University President Frederick Lawrence sent a public letter to the faculty which, in the emotive force of its condemnation, evoked Émile Zola’s “J’Accuse?!”, the famous 1898 public letter on the Dreyfus affair.
After almost six grueling years of recession, is our economy finally on the road to recovery? Supporters of President Barack Obama say that our unemployment rate is at 6.2 percent, Wall Street’s profits have soared and millions of jobs have been created, supposedly bringing opportunity to countless Americans.
Every sovereign nation has not only the right but also the obligation to defend its citizens. Israel, a sovereign state, invoked this right and obligation in July with Operation Protective Edge, a defensive military campaign with the goal of protecting Israelis who have been pounded by a barrage of rockets fired by the terrorist group Hamas which resides in Gaza and has members propagated all around the Middle East.
“Mr. President, could you update us on your latest thinking of where you think things are in Syria, and in particular, whether you envision using U.S.
“Do we criticize them, or do we remain silent?”
My grandfather was a member of the first four-year graduating class of Brandeis University. For as long as I can remember, he told me stories about his fond memories of his time in Waltham.
After 18 years in Memphis, Tenn., I had finally made it. It was my first day at Brandeis University and Orientation had officially begun.
Last week, I was asked by the Justice to write a piece on the Palestine-Israel conflict. I said no.
In an email on April 24, Director of Strategic Procurement John Storti informed the student body that the University had partnered with Xerox Corporation to begin renovating and improving Mail Services, the Copy Center and printing services on campus.
On August 11, a World Health Organization panel found that, in order to combat the current Ebola crisis in West Africa, it may be ethical for doctors to use “unproven interventions with as yet unknown efficacy and adverse effects.”
On Aug. 9, white police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed black 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Let me tell you about my older brother. He has been married for a little over a year now, and currently lives happily in a cozy apartment in Israel with his wife.
I first joined Amnesty International as a first-year, newly soaked in the importance of social justice.
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.