The world seemed headed on a very different path in August 2013, when I first entered Brandeis University.
As America grapples with the consequences of electing an orange moron, the collective news media has had more than a little navel-gazing to do.
The home of the American musical is New York City’s Times Square, where pedestrians can make a 360-degree spin and be staring at advertisements no matter where they look.
In the wake of the election, faculty across campus struggled to define higher education's role under Trump.
As they walked into a tucked-away classroom in Goldman-Schwartz on Wednesday, students could have been forgiven for needing a moment to blink and double-take.
Republican Donald Trump edged out Democrat Hillary Clinton in a surprising upset on Tuesday night.
Ron Liebowitz was inaugurated as the University's ninth president on Thursday.
In English-speaking countries, South Korean director Park Chan-Wook’s latest film is called “The Handmaiden.” In Korea, it’s called “Agassi,” which is a polite term for a young woman, often translated as “lady.” The Korean title captures much more of what Park’s latest masterpiece is really about: femininity, etiquette, tenderness and its absence.
Aimee Slater has been providing notary services free of charge to help students get out and vote.
Here’s a challenge: how do you make a crowd of parents out with their college-aged kids laugh at a stand-up show? Who’s going to crack up at a raunchy sex joke when their parents are sitting next to them?