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Brandeis students turn out for Boston Women’s March

At least 50 Brandeis students attended a march of over 200,000 people that began in Boston Common last Saturday, according to the Boston Women’s March for America. The march, taking place one day after President Trump’s inauguration, called for a … Read More...

New report will gauge club participation

Club leaders will be required to report information about their events, attendance, inventory and allocated funds spent each semester to the Club Support Committee of the Student Union, according to members of the committee.

The committee has been working on … 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.

The gathering was supposed to … Read More...

BAATF gives open letter to Liebowitz

The Brandeis Asian American Task Force (BAATF) delivered an open letter to President Ronald D. Liebowitz at the Inaugural Luncheon on Nov. 3. The letter contained a general statement, personal notes from students and signatures from those supporting the effort.… Read More...

A-Board funds 72 percent of Appeals Marathon requests

The Allocations Board (A-Board) funded 72 percent of requests, according to Appeals Marathon decisions released through the club leaders listserv on Sunday, Oct. 16.

Appeals decisions affected 30 clubs that asked for a total of $39,942.43 in allocated funds. A-Board … Read More...

Judge comments on sexual assault adjudication process

Judge Saylor both affirmed and denied elements of a motion to dismiss charges against Brandeis University, stemming from procedural misconduct in the adjudication of sexual assault charges. The March 31 ruling details the ways in which Brandeis’ previous policy hindered … Read More...

Prof. Jonathan Sarna named Univ. Prof., reflects on time at Brandeis

Professor Jonathan Sarna ’75 was named University professor, the highest ranking position a professor can receive. Sarna specializes in American Jewish History in the department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies (NEJS).

He has been teaching students at Brandeis University … Read More...

Student Union Elections fill seats in the Union and Judiciary

Students were elected this week to fill five seats in the Student Union senate and five seats on the judiciary.

Nathan Greess ’19 and Shaquan McDowell ’18 were elected as Senators-at-Large. Greess received 38 percent of a total 782 votes … Read More...

Five indecent exposure incidents reported near campus

There have been five reported incidents of indecent exposure off-campus since mid-November. All of the incidents occurred between approximately 10 and 10:30 p.m. and involved a man exposing himself to one or more students.

The locations of the incidents vary, … Read More...

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