Rabbi Dr. Sharon Shalom spoke about the challenges facing Ethiopian Jewish youth in embracing their identities.
Students and faculty came together to discuss a tragic event in Jewish history and its relevence.
United for Peace and Justice co-founder Phyllis Bennis argued on Thursday that the United States' political and military operations in Iraq, beginning with the War on Terror waged by the Bush administration, contributed to the rise of the Islamic State group and the current conflict in Syria.
A group of scholars discussed and debated how ISIS’s ideology and goals will shift in the coming months.
The center hopes to provide resources and promote visibility for LGBTQ+ students.
A visiting speaker from Shanghai discussed Jewish representation in “The Bellarosa Connection.”
The Student Union announced new rules for campaigning intended to make elections more fair.
Students gathered in remembrance of the one hundredth anniversary of the start of the Genocide.
Bond's talk focused on his work under the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his subsequent work in politics.
The University installed temporary speed bumps this week on Loop Road as part of a pilot plan to reduce traffic accidents.