The problem is figuring out exactly what a new AUMF would look like. “Some in Congress want to simply empower the president. Others want to limit his autonomy,” writes Rudalevige in The Washington Post.
Bay Area Polar Bears gathered for a day of service at Tandem: Partners in Early Education.
Bowdoin College this year hired eight new tenure-track faculty members in a variety of fields, from dance and music, to computer science and mathematics, by way of government, biology and sociology.
As well as helping low income students get into college, Hastings is also focused on helping them graduate, as evidenced by his recent $5 million gift to Bowdoin.
Asian studies professor Chris Heurlin launches new book analyzing the legitimate role that certain political protests play in the Chinese political system. Why does a dictatorship choose concession over repression? he asks.
In the latest Nature Moments video, biology professor Nat Wheelwright ponders the fall foliage, and asks “why is it that leaves change their color in the autumn?”