As directed by the Bombay High Court, the Yes Bank Board will take up the potential nomination of Ms. Shagun Kapur Gogia at its meeting to be held on or before June 27, 2013. Surely, common sense should prevail.
As a student at Tufts University, I feel that it is my obligation as a Muslim to address these issues on a campus-wide level in hopes that our measures to combat this type of hatred can provide an example for our nation.
What successful politicians are realizing today is that a new America is evolving out of the ranks of this newly matured generation. Old platforms are falling by the wayside. As Millennials continue to grow and vote, it's time for both parties to adapt or become political afterthoughts.
Our campuses should be places where diversity leads to learning as students come to see differences among people as a deep resource for solving problems and seeking opportunities. Online education can complement this educational environment. But it does not replace the need for it.
Parody, satire, humor, and puns are fully part of the marketplace of ideas, and it is unacceptable for a university like Tufts to violate its promises and abuse its "bias incident" policy to decide which jokes may or may not be told on campus.
Hollywood gave me a false impression of what to expect from dating: the frat boy with the heart of gold, just waiting till the right funny girl comes along. These things don't exist where I live -- not even close.
The goal of many dog owners is to be as wonderful as their dogs think they are. Annie Brody's story is one of love, companionship, personal challenges, and heroism. She was every bit as good a best friend to him as he was to her.
Brooks concludes that Huntington's "mistakes illustrate useful truths: that all people share certain aspirations and that history is wide open." I know, just from having lived eighty years, that all people do not share certain aspirations.
For a student in Massachusetts seeking to find out more about an on-campus crime -- or a neighbor who lives close to one of Boston's universities -- gaining access to campus police reports is a crap shoot.