On May 1, Adam Jones, a center fielder for the Baltimore Orioles, was subject to racist taunts from a fan during a game at Fenway Park.
Though active, the environmentalist movement on this campus has been almost blind to one issue in particular — animal consumption.
If you have heard the complaint that today’s college students are too sensitive, you are far from alone.
On May 19, a jury in Columbus, Ohio refused to indict Officer Bryan Mason for the Sept. 14, 2016 killing of 13-year-old Tyre King.
With the recent commencement, the Class of 2017 has the opportunity to reflect upon their experiences at Brandeis.
Over the years, the Justice has been fortunate to have many dedicated editors, and this year, we must bid farewell to four of the best.
Imagine spending several thousand dollars to attend a music festival in the Bahamas, only to be greeted upon arrival by disaster relief tents, cold sandwiches and no music.
On April 25, President Trump’s proposal to reduce funding to sanctuary cities was denied by a judge in San Francisco on the basis of it being unconstitutional, according to an April 25, New York times article.
Since the National Labor Relations Board ruled on Aug. 23, 2016 that graduate employees at private universities had the right to unionize, graduate students at several universities have endeavored to establish unions at their respective schools.
Contemporary art is on the rise, and with the attention toward the form growing, United States museums are seeing more and more visitors.