Using military force to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons is neither practical nor necessary, Rep.
The women's and gender studies program received a $50,000 donation from CBS News in honor of the retirement of pioneer journalist Esther Kartiganer '59, who worked at the network 40 years.Kartiganer began her career as an office assistant and rose to senior producer of 60 Minutes, earning 13 Emmy Awards in the process.
A panel of renowned academics and professionals from the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life's International Advisory Board discussed current and future international problems Thursday in Rapaporte Treasure Hall.The event, titled "The Long View," featured a speech by Advisory Board Chairman Theodore Sorenson, an international lawyer and former speechwriter for President John F.
Administrators and Student Union officials have reached several compromises regarding the details of a policy drafted by the administration in January outlining procedures for serving alcohol at campus events.Union officials expressed concern when the policy was released, and told the Justice in late January that they had not been consulted in its drafting.
Brandeis students organized and hosted the first-ever student peace summit Saturday in support of federal legislation to establish a Dept.
A petition calling on national leaders to "act appropriately and swiftly" to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons will be presented to the student body for a vote early next month following a campaign by the Brandeis Israel Public Affairs Committee.
The Rev. Walter Cuenin, an outspoken advocate for gay and women's rights in the Catholic Church and a vocal critic of Church leadership, assumed his new position Monday as the University's Catholic chaplain."It will be different," Cuenin, who resigned last September from Our Lady Help of Christians in Newton, said of his new position.
The University is in the middle of a hiring blitz designed to add as many as 20 professors to the faculty, Dean of Arts and Sciences Adam Jaffe told the Justice last week.
The University's largest donors-Carl and Ruth Shapiro-matched their previous record-donation, contributing $25 million toward rebuilding the science center.
The percentage of adolescents prescribed mental health medications rose by 250 percent between 1994 and 2001, according to a study released Jan.