The international exhibit “Lest We Forget,” came to Boston on Tuesday, placing 60 portraits of Holocaust survivors along the sidewalks of the Common.
Last week, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) announced that B.o.B would be headlining this year’s…
John Michalczyk discussed the origin of the word “genocide” and countries’ hesitation to use the term, saying that modern U.S. presidents are afraid to label the Armenian Genocide, now over a century old, because they do not want to alienate the Turkish government.
Finder hopes she can pass on the memory of the Holocaust and Oskar Schindler to future generations to inspire them to stand up for the oppressed.
Students, professors, and administrators gathered Wednesday evening to remember Rev. Raile, a Hungarian whose heroism saved 100 Jewish people during the Holocaust.
Holocaust survivor Rena Finder shared her story of being one of 1,000 Jewish people saved by Oskar Schindler.
The Library of Theology and Ministry opened an exhibit on those who saved Jews during the Holocaust called “Whoever Saves a Single Life.”
John Michalczyk, the director of the film studies program, explores the liberation of concentration camps and the film method used to capture the camps in his most recent book.
On the night of Nov. 9, 1938, a young Jewish boy watched Nazi soldiers torch a synagogue across the street from where he was studying in Dessau, Germany. He was forced to choose between alerting the fellow townspeople and riding his bike home to warn his mother. He chose the former and saved the lives of some 30 families.