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CEEF proposals selected to receive funding

The CEEF Board has announced the four projects they have selected to receive funding for the 2018-2019 academic year. The Community Enhancement and Emergency Fund (CEEF) is managed by the Student Union. It consists of… Read More...

MKTYP celebrates its 50th anniversary

The Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program (MKTYP) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Started in 1968, the program is “the oldest continuous program of its kind in the country,” according to the program’s website.… Read More...

Student Union fall elections garner impressive voter turnout

UPDATED 9/14 3:30 PM The Student Union held their fall elections yesterday, giving students 24 hours—from 12 a.m. on Wednesday to 12 a.m. on Thursday—to vote. The ballots were sent out by email for students… Read More...

Brandeis hosts 74th Composers Conference

Brandeis University has become the new home for the annual Composers Conference, a two-week long program in which musicians and composers of all ages come together to study, compose and perform. Brandeis was chosen to… Read More...

McMahon, Rickey leave positions, univ. searches for replacements

Brandeis is seeking new employees at the Office of Prevention Services (OPS) and Rape Crisis Center (RCC) after both Sheila McMahon, the director of Sexual Assault Services and Prevention, and Julia Rickey, the Survivor Advocate… Read More...

Liebowitz urges Trump to maintain DACA

President Ron Liebowitz emailed a statement Tuesday denouncing President Trump’s plan to end the Deferred Action against Childhood Arrivals program, commonly known as DACA. “This news is very upsetting, undermines the academic endeavors of our… Read More...

Waltham Group Recruitment Night inspires students to better their community

Over 100 students came to Waltham Group Recruitment Night on Wednesday to learn about and sign up for community service opportunities. Founded in 1966, Waltham Group is an umbrella community service organization that contains 18… Read More...

Brandeis receives $50 million gift for student scholarships

More Brandeis students will now be able to receive financial aid, thanks to a $50 million donation from the estate of Chicago philanthropists Rosaline Cohn and her daughter Marcia, the largest single gift Brandeis has… Read More...

Demonstration against sexual violence removed

A demonstration against sexual violence on campus was removed sometime after 6 a.m. on Sunday, April 23, according to members of Brandeis Students Against Sexual Assault (B.SASV). The group created two displays for Admitted Students… Read More...

Visiting speaker offers conservative viewpoint

Conservative author, filmmaker and speaker Dinesh D’Souza spoke about the Democratic Party and its abandonment of liberal values to a packed Schwartz auditorium on Tuesday, April 25. The event was sponsored by Young America’s Foundation.… Read More...
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