With Nov. 4 only three weeks away, the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race is still too close to call.
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On Oct. 9, the United States Supreme Court issued a rare emergency order to block Wisconsin’s voter identification law for the 2014 midterm election.
In seventh grade, I started taking Spanish classes, having studied Chinese in elementary school back in China.
This past June, Stanford University professors Shanto Iyengar and Sean J. Westwood released a new study titled “Fear and Loathing Across Party Lines: New Evidence on Group Polarization.” The findings are fascinating.
Pope Francis’ papacy was born out of change. He is the first pope to choose the name Francis after St.
When the University brought in Sexual Assault and Prevention Services Specialist Sheila McMahon in November 2013, her hiring was hailed as an innovative step forward for Brandeis in handling sexual assault on campus.
Since Janet Yellen took over as chairman of the Federal Reserve, conventional wisdom has been that Treasury interest rates would slowly rise as the economy continues to improve, especially as unemployment dips under the six percent benchmark that many analysts placed.
Reading through the ingredients label on the back of the box, I wonder at the infinite ways this can go wrong.
With midterm elections only two weeks away, political advertisements are flooding the airwaves as Americans decide who will get their vote come Nov.
Last Friday, Oct. 17, the governors of New York, New Jersey and Illinois declared a mandatory 21-day quarantine for anyone who came back to the United States after being in any of the West African countries facing the Ebola epidemic.
On Oct. 20, the new Gender and Sexuality Center opened in the Usdan Student Center, following up on the efforts of a group of students who proposed the center to the Board of Trustees last October.
Three years ago, the University of North Carolina faced a scandal when it was revealed that students had been taking so-called “paper classes,” which almost never met in person and required only one paper submission, often plagiarized, to pass.
The Massachusetts gubernatorial race is closer than ever, with both Attorney General Martha Coakley and former healthcare executive Charlie Baker fighting for victory in this week’s election.
There’s a website called Vox, and I hate myself for using it as often as I do.It represents the future of journalism?or at least, a future?as newspapers struggle to remain relevant in the digital age.
Recently, Bill Maher, a liberal comedian and political commentator with a propensity for not mincing words, received an invitation from the University of California, Berkeley to deliver their commencement speech in December.
This summer, Israel and Gaza experienced another tragic war. Once again, residents of the region lived in constant fear of rocket fire or air strikes.
Since mid-June, oil prices have dropped 25 percent to a four-year low, with many analysts predicting that this trend will continue.