The first official Board of Trustees meeting for this academic year began on Oct. 29. One issue was at the forefront of discussion from students and trustees alike.
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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.
Tuesday night’s midterm elections resulted in significant changes to the balance of power in Washington, D.C.
This Saturday, the University will host the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament for the third consecutive year.
Last week, this board advised the University to adopt a new task force addressing the issue of sexual assault at Brandeis.
Last Thursday, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that there is no constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
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On Nov. 3, Noam Bedein from the Sderot Media Center visited Brandeis to discuss his work in the publicizing of the continued missile strikes on Sderot, Israel.
Recently, the student body at Brandeis has been confronted by several protests aimed at the terrible reality of sexual assault in America, as well as protests targeting immigration laws and racial profiling in Ferguson, Miss.
On Monday, President Barack Obama entered the fight for net neutrality, the idea that all content on the Internet should be given equal loading times by Internet service providers like Comcast and Cox.
University President Frederick Lawrence announced at last Thursday’s faculty meeting that the University is no longer running at a deficit.
Last Monday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed that Medicare beneficiaries under the age of 74 who, for at least 30 years of their lives smoked one pack of cigarettes a day, would be covered for annual screenings for lung cancer, according to the New York Times.
“When you play with matches, you take the risk of burning yourself.” Speaker of the House John Boehner issued the preceding warning to President Barack Obama on the Thursday after the midterm elections saw the Republicans take control of both Houses of Congress.
The Electoral College could be a lot better than it is.
I was sitting in a class on Monday, listening to a professor give a deeply involved lecture on a complex topic and absorbing absolutely none of it.
The First Amendment to the Constitution is rightfully viewed as having a profound influence in shaping modern America.
“I salute Odai and Ghassan for this heroic act. Every Palestinian should strike ? Al Aqsa is in danger.
Twenty-five years ago this month, a largely student-run movement overthrew Czechoslovakia’s repressive Communist government and established a functioning, multi-party democracy.