Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains copies of "Fraternity," a play by Tufts alumnus Steve Karp (1965) based on his experiences during the debate about opening Tufts' fraternities to Jews.
Rebecca West describes the importance of individual liberty and how it can be the cause of conflict, yet how love and law can provide guidance.
Dimitri Mitropolous describes two experiences, that led him to his belief that talent and celebrity should be used to help others.
Annie Fisher talks about her experiences growing up in a Jewish family and her belief in equality and the importance of goodness regardless of ones faith.
Benjamin Epstein, National director of the Anti-Defamation League, describes the faith in people he had as a child and how he lost it after studying abroad in Nazi Germany and how he again regained it after his return to the United States.