Generations of students have continually redefined the Justice, and each year, the newspaper's leadership changes as another cohort graduates.
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Last week, on the heels of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, this board spoke of the importance of diversity on campus and the positive externalities that follow.
Waltham has emerged as a vibrant and dynamic community over the past few years, earning the distinction as one of the three hottest neighborhoods in the Boston area.
This past Thursday, a man unaffiliated with Brandeis was arrested after entering the Village A building in an inebriated state.
President Barack Obama's unifying message in his second inaugural address, falling on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, sent this nation a poignant reminder of the accomplishments possible through community activism and harmonious dialogue. Herman Hemingway '53, Brandeis' first male black graduate, for example, embodies Dr. King's legacy and the possibilities at our university.
This past year, the nation witnessed two major public shootings in the United States. Both the movie theater shooting in Aurora Colo. and the Newtown Conn.
The strategic plan has once again been delayed to ensure "sufficient time for formal and informal discussions," according to Provost Steve Goldstein '78.
The United Nations estimates that over 60,000 people have died in the Syrian civil war that began as anti-government protests and has been raging for nearly two years.