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40 walk out to protest election, stand in solidarity

Approximately 40 students walked out of class at 10:30 a.m. on Friday in protest of Tuesday’s presidential election. Students leaving class gathered on the Rabb Steps and others who did not have class came as… Read More...

Prof. Anita Hill leads post-election discussion

Approximately 150 people packed into an auditorium in the Golding Judaica Center to attend a discussion about the recent election results facilitated by Prof. Anita Hill, chair of the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department.… Read More...

Statement of Progress for menstrual product campaign

We, students from Brandeis Students for Reproductive Justice, Brandeis FMLA, Student Union Campus Operations Working Group, Student Union Social Justice and Diversity Committee and individual students, continue to work to facilitate a meaningful dialogue with… Read More...

Students, faculty, admin. respond to election results

Students have come together after Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton, in the form of campus events, personal conversations and social media posts. On Wednesday, students could be seen hugging and crying around campus, offering… Read More...

We did not do enough

We’re down, but not out. It has been a difficult two days to say the least. Brandeis University was and still is in a state of shock and disbelief. How does one go about comprehending… Read More...

How to fight for positive change during a Trump presidency

On this day, my heart breaks for the dream of a female president. My heart breaks for the dream of a president who supports racial equality, immigration reform and reproductive rights. Unfortunately, we learned that… Read More...

Arab-Israeli speaker encourages integration

“If we are courageous enough, we can work together,” said Jonathan Elkhoury, a member of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) brought to campus on Tuesday by Judges for Israel,… Read More...

SEA Coffeehouse promotes environmentalism with various acts

On Wednesday in Chum’s, Students for Environmental Action (SEA) hosted a coffeehouse evening of student performances to touch on environmental issues with a group of peers. Despite starting the night with only a moderate turnout… Read More...

Women’s volleyball end their season with UAAs

The Brandeis women’s volleyball team traveled to Washington University in St. Louis this past weekend to play in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Conference Championship Tournament. The Judges dropped three games in the tournament, ending… Read More...

Overnight party at the MFA offers a wide array of activities and artworks

Art enthusiasts of all ages and from all over Boston convened at the Museum of Fine Arts’ (MFA) overnight “State of the Party” in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, from Friday, Nov. 4… Read More...
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