It has now been 14 years since nearly 3,000 lives were tragically taken from us on September 11, 2001.
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In the first round of Student Union elections on Thursday, 10 new members of the Senate and one new Representative to the Brandeis Sustainability Fund were elected to their positions.
Senator Bernie Sanders’s decision to enter the race for the Democratic nomination was initially met with great joy from progressive Democrats.
“Olive, can I tell you a little something about ice cream?” Richard asked.“Yeah,” said Olive.“Well, ice cream is made from cream, which comes from cow’s milk, and cream has a lot of fat in it.
On Sept. 16, less than four hours before he was scheduled to die, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals granted Richard Glossip a two-week stay of execution in order to hear more evidence about prosecutor misconduct and Glossip’s possible innocence.In 1997, Justin Sneed murdered Barry Van Tresse, the motel owner of Best Budget Inn.
The heart-wrenching images we’ve seen of many Syrian refugees, including children― dying in their unsuccessful attempts to reach Europe, have left many wondering what can be done to alleviate the suffering of so many.
On Sept. 11, Director of the Department of Community Living Tim Touchette sent an email out to the student body announcing that DCL had purchased Xfinity on Campus.
The temporary Dharmic Prayer Center officially opened last night in the Shapiro Campus Center’s art gallery.
Last Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that the country would continue its support of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime with military assistance.
On Sept. 8, Senate Democrats agreed to provide the necessary votes to bar the Senate from passing an act that would disapprove of the Iran nuclear deal.
Why is Russia intervening in Syria? After the backlash Russia faced due to its actions in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, one would think that getting involved in another major crisis would be far down on the agenda.
Donald Trump could very well be America’s next president. Or “America’s First African President.” At least, that is what Trevor Noah, the host who has taken the seat of our beloved Jon Stewart, has to say.
Over the past two weeks, there has been a colossal wave of terrorist attacks in Israel. In Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and virtually all parts of Israel, there have been over 150 terror attacks, including stabbings, shootings, stones thrown, vehicular rammings and suicide bombings, according to an Oct.
The American government, for all intents and purposes, is melting down. For those of you who do not obsessively follow everything that happens in Washington, DC, a brief summary.
In response to your editorial (Sept. 8), “Inform Students of Unionization Plans:”Justice editors rightfully called attention to an important organizing effort underway among our faculty at Brandeis.
The first results of the Brandeis Climate Survey on sexual misconduct were released last week. The findings are based on the responses of over 1,500 graduate and undergraduate students and provide insight into the scope of sexual misconduct among members of the community, as well as identify areas for the community’s concern and improvement. And indeed, many of the survey’s conclusions are more than unsettling.
In the first few weeks of the school year, students who live off-campus have been unpleasantly surprised to find out that their ID cards no longer allow them access to dorms and other campus housing spaces due to a change in the Rights and Responsibilities handbook.
Last Tuesday, the U.S. military took responsibility for airstrikes on an Afghan hospital, run by Doctors Without Borders, in the city of Kunduz.
At the end of September, Alabama announced it would close 31 part-time driver’s license offices as a result of the $11 million cut in the General Fund Budget appropriation to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, according to a Sept.
In 2011, according to the American Association of Universiy Professors, 70 percent of college faculty were contingent, non-tenure track professors, paid significantly less than their significantly smaller number of tenured colleagues.