By Jarret Bencks
By re-examining Anne Frank's diary, a Brandeis professor invites current students to bear witness to a world gone wrong.
By Robert Epstein ’74
Angst and anger aren't inevitable parts of the teenage experience.
By Laurie Covens
Two Heller students found that when children in Lebanon talked about facing their fears, enemies often turned into friends.
Bioethics expert Arthur Caplan '71 pinpoints the principled way in science and medicine.