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Senator Carl Levin speaks in honor of MLK Day

HONORING KING: Michigan Democrat Senator Carl Levin delivers an address on Martin Luther King Day.U.S. Senator Carl Levin, Michigan Democrat and chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, was the keynote speaker during Brandeis’s Martin Luther King Day celebration … Read More...

Study abroad under investigation by NY Attorney General

Brandeis University has received a subpoena from the New York Attorney General in a study abroad investigation, Dennis Nealson, Brandeis Director of Media Affairs, confirmed i… Read More...

Civil liberties group defends Hindley

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a nonprofit civil liberties group, issued a press release Wednesday in defense of Prof. Donald Hindley (POL). Hindley had a mo… Read More...

Union Senate defeats flag display resolution

A resolution put forth by Ziv quad Senator Justin Sulsky ’09 supporting the public display of American flags as long as Rights and Responsibilities is not violated was defeated … Read More...

An eye on campus safety

PHOTO BY Sophie Silverstein/The HootFollowing the Virginia Tech shootings last April, administrators have begun to consider additional security protocols to increase campus safety.

“I believe in three P’s,… Read More...

Editorial: Flag resolution has no pole to fly on

The debate over the recent rejection of a proposed resolution, which would have promoted the public display of the American flag on campus, reflects the Union Senate’s occasio… Read More...

Letter to the Editor: The Gold Standard (Dec. 7)

Dear Editor,

In his article “The Gold Standard: Spectral Evidence: the race weapon,” (Dec. 7) Mike Goldman ‘08 has ignored many crucial yet commonly understood rules of jo… Read More...

Politics Roundtable: The 2008 Election

The 2008 presidential election featuring columnists Bret Matthew and Jon Lange. Edited by Andy Meyers.Read More...

Book of Matthew: Don't walk on the Constitution

The problem with election season is that everyone is focusing on the presidential candidates, while ignoring the present administration. This is not a good time for that to happe… Read More...

Fighting with Pinpricks: Media and war crimes

For the most part, war crimes have never been of much interest to our media. Nazi war crimes—the gold standard of human cruelty—went largely unreported until after the last da… Read More...

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