The speakers direct the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights, an independent nonprofit based at the Law School, which trains law students and volunteers to represent immigrant children in courtroom proceedings.
Many questions strayed from the intended subject at “A Leadership Conversation with President Zimmer.”
Some of the protesters faced their chairs away in the middle of the talk and one student continuously interrupted until being escorted out of the room.
The most cited author by the Reagan administration spoke to the Maroon about the economic importance of entrepreneurial creativity.
His talk emphasized a lack of political unity in a state under a form of martial law.
Oxford University Professor Nassim Taleb disparaged the tendency to eliminate stressors and argued that stress can actually strengthen systems.
Author Ronit Matalon says original languages preserve national identity.
Harvard professor warns of state secrecy since 9/11.
A Columbia University professor partially attributes the AIDS epidemic among minority communities to mass incarceration.
Panelists discussed the alleged fear of Islamic Shari’a infiltrating American law and culture.
Princeton intellectual Cornel West joined Revolutionary Communist Party founder Carl Dix for a discussion of racial injustice and social change last night in Mandel Hall.
Political science professor John Mearsheimer said that NATO is headed for a decline, just weeks before the organization holds its summit here in Chicago.
Environmentalist Ken Cook assessed the different aspects of the massive omnibus bill, which affects agricultural subsidies and food stamps.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney comes to campus on the campaign trail.
Scores of protesters turned out in front of International House to cheer and jeer at Rice and Paulson’s absence Monday night.