"Who's to say where the wind will take you. Who's to say what it is will break you. I don't know which way the wind will blow.
I woke up Thursday morning, March 11 to an instant message from my friend who told me of the terrorist attacks which transpired on four commuter trains at the Atocha Metro Station in Madrid, killing approximately 200 people and injuring another 1,500.
I clearly remember the anticipation of the new millennium. Due to the "Y2K" computer problem, people were worried about possible power outages.
Upperclassmen may soon have the opportunity to apply for merit-based scholarships, according to Executive Senator Erica Lemansky '05."As a member of the Student Union, I am always trying to think of new and innovative programs, events and initiatives to improve Brandeis," Lemansky said.
Two large donations were recently given to Brandeis, including $2.5 million for a new History Chair donated by Bill Friedman '65 and $6 million for the creation of The Village given by Melvin and Gail Nessel.In the late fall of 2003, Friedman gave the $2.5 million to fund the Ray Ginger History Chair, in honor of his mentor and former U.S.
While we were at home recuperating from finals, the 4th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army captured Saddam Hussein in Iraq.
In a landmark decision, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled last Tuesday that gay and lesbian couples are no longer excluded from obtaining civil marriages in Massachusetts.
The Student Union Senate unanimously approved a resolution supporting clean renewable energy on Sunday Oct.
When I was a senior in high school, my big decision, like many of my peer's, was which college to choose.
This summer I was reading a book my roommate from Spain recommended to me while I was abroad there last semester.