We would like to congratulate Roderick MacKinnon '78 on receiving the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Last year, $122,000 of unaccounted-for money was discovered in a student activities fee rollover account by the Student Union and the Office of Student Life.
It is unacceptable that the person who received the most votes in the primary election - almost 33 percent more than any nearest candidate - in the Class of 2007 will not represent them in the Union Senate.
The school year commenced Wednesday in Waltham and everywhere one could sense a certain buzz in the air; excited students filled classrooms as anxious parents cued up outside schools to drop off their children.
The resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas this past Saturday marked a disappointing, yet expected turn in Middle Eastern affairs, as it effectively ended the U.S.-backed "road map for peace." After three years of continuous fighting, the U.S.-led, internationally-backed peace effort was heralded as a solid plan to effect significant change in the Middle East.
The Brandeis community will extend its deepest sympathy for the death of student athlete Jean Joseph Reginald "Reggie" Poyau '04 at a memorial service which will take place this Thursday.While Studying abroad last semester in Senegal, he, along with some friends decided to take a trip to a region south of the Gambodia River.
When Waltham Hospital shut its doors to patients last month to become Sterling Medical Center, a city of nearly 60,000 residents lost its only emergency health facility, and suburban Boston lost another battle in the fight to save community-based healthcare.
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter French told the Justice on January 28 that the University would not leave students without a voice when it came to faculty cuts.
It is necessary for police officers in the United States to have firearms. Firearm possession is widespread in this country and our gun-murder rate is the highest in the world.