Boryana Levterova


Nobel winner: Efficient market hypothesis powerful, but wrong

“This crisis has provided numerous examples of markets that cannot be described as efficient in any reasonable way,” he said.


February 19, 2010

Haiti teach-in looks at long-term recovery

“Three weeks after the earthquake, it is no longer front [page] news,” African history professor Rachel Jean Baptiste said.


February 16, 2010

LGBT activist explains trouble of coming out in old-age

Prominent gay rights and women’s rights activist Amber Hollibaugh raised concerns about the lack of services for elderly LGBT people in a talk at the Center for Race and Gender Studies Monday.


January 29, 2010

Punish politicians through elections, not trials, prof says

Losing elections is punishment enough for political leaders who make mistakes, making it unnecessary to put them on trial, Michael Walzer said in this year’s Dewey lecture in Law and Philosophy Wednesday.


January 24, 2010

Students to raise money for Gaza victims this month

A part of Gaza Commemoration Month, SJP-organized events include fund raising for a United Nations relief agency, a "justice café," and a lecture by a prominent Palestinian-American academic.


January 17, 2010