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Sam Vaghar ’08 spoke about his work with the White House and the United Nations to support youth leadership.
University Police advises nighttime safety for commuting students after South Street harassment incident
Miriam Offer spoke about the overlooked role of women healthcare professionals during World War II.
Faculty members passed a divestment resolution and round one of general education changes.
Community to honor Prof. John Lisman ’s (BIOL) life and influential contributions to national brain research.
Biographer and journalist John Farrell spoke to students about Nixon’s relationship with the press.
After protests from the community, the Theater Dept.cancelled a production of Michael Weller’65.
The Task Force on Free Expression held the last open community forum for the finalization of its draft.
The Office of the President awarded Kimberlé Crenshaw the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize for change-making ideas.
The University administration founded a new library corner to honor Richman and Gittler prize recipients and their works.
Elan Ezrachi spoke to students about his research to better understand the historical division and unification of Jerusalem.
Manager of Electronic Resources Katherine Collins spoke about the library’s involvements in open access.
Michael Weller ’65 spoke to WBUR about the University’s handling and cancellation of his play “Buyer Beware.”