In the case of the ongoing civil war in Syria, the media have played an out-sized role. Two panelists explain how.
Ira Bornstein' 22 took his passion for fashion into a business powered by social media.
Walden Pond is a place literally soaked in history. Today, the grounds remain a destination for families and students to escape to when the bustle of Boston becomes overwhelming.
College has a funny way of making you forget about high school. Case in point: Recently, while looking at our spring semester schedules, a friend of mine complained about the prospect of waking up for a morning class at 9 a.m.. What followed was a few of us from various states and school districts remembering how excruciatingly early we had to drag ourselves out of bed in high school.
It’s easy to miss the local news these days. With so much going on in the world and with finals rapidly approaching, students understandably have other things on their minds. Small wonder, then, that it was news to many of the first-years I spoke to last week that electric pianos were coming soon to a lounge near them.
On Wednesday, University President Ron Liebowitz shared an update from the Board of Trustees on the University’s policies and actions regarding fossil fuel divestment. This board commends the Trustees and President Liebowitz for this positive, prudent and practical approach to address the concerns of community members.
The Judges continue their strong season at the Gompei Invitational.
Team loses all but two matches in the Brandeis Invitational, resulting in a drop in the team’s record.
This week, justArts spoke with Claudia Davis ’19 and Perry Letourneau ’20, co-Presidents of sketch comedy troupe, Boris’ Kitchen.
Hundreds of students took a break from stressing about finals to pack the Levin Ballroom in Usdan Student Center.
Earlier this month, the Introduction to Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation class hosted a screening at the Wasserman Cinematheque in place of a lecture.