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Task Force on Free Expression comes out with aspirational principles

The Task Force on Free Expression held one of three open meetings on Sept. 27 to discuss a set of principles aimed at guiding free speech and expression on campus. The three-page doc… Read More...

BAASA’s Pan Asian Night brings together various cultures through food

An array of cultural clubs, students and community members gathered on the patio of the Intercultural Center (ICC) to enjoy delicious delicacies at the Pan Asian Night on the evenRead More...

Capitol Steps’ performance falls short of a ‘comedy nerd’s’ expectations

Political comedy group “The Capitol Steps” came to Brandeis to perform on Thursday, Sept. 29. The troupe, consisting of former Senate staffers turned comedians, sang a vari… Read More...

Sustainability committee asks university to continue efforts

Speakers at the bi-annual State of Sustainability commended the university for meeting energy use goals and moving away from fossil fuels while challenging the administration … Read More...

Univ. response to DOE guidelines maintains standard of proof

Brandeis will continue using the “preponderance of the evidence” standard in adjudicating sexual assault cases, despite new guidelines from the Department of Education (… Read More...

Police remove posters targeting pro-Palestinian group

Brandeis police removed two swastikas and posters targeting pro-Palestinian student groups early this week in seemingly unrelated incidents, according to a campus-wide emai… Read More...

Making progress but still a ways go for campus sustainability

While Brandeis is taking some steps to become greener, there is still a long way to go.

At the most recent State of Sustainability, campus leaders made clear that even though Brande… Read More...

Volleyball hits stride

The women’s volleyball team has come out full force in the last two weeks with clean sweeps of their opponents in the last three matches, going 3-0.

The start of their winning stre… Read More...

Student-athlete spotlight: Yvette Cho ’19

“I don’t have a life outside of volleyball,” Yvette Cho ’19 joked, capturing the busy life of a student-athlete at Brandeis University. As a member and captain of the Bran… Read More...

#TakeAKnee and the patriotism of protest

This week, hundreds of NFL players knelt during the national anthem in protest of growing racist sentiment in America. The protests were inspired by former 49’s quarterback Co… Read More...

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