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Brandeis saves money by signing solar agreement

Brandeis signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to reduce the amount of money paid for electricity bills through virtual net metering, a process in which solar energy is installed at an off-site location and then… Read More...

Petition circulates to make Brandeis a sanctuary campus

A petition calling on the administration to investigate the possibility of making Brandeis a sanctuary campus began circulating soon after the results of the presidential election were released. Addressed to University President Ronald Liebowitz, Provost… Read More...

NYT bestselling author speaks about adapting novel to film

New York Times bestselling author, screenwriter and producer Tom Perrotta spoke to students on Wednesday, Nov. 16 about his experiences adapting his books into a film and a television series. Perrotta talked about the challenges… 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… 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...

Visiting Harvard professor speaks on sacred space struggle

Rosalyn LaPier, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Montana, spoke to a packed audience on Friday about what makes a space “sacred” to Native American tribes in the northern Great Plains.… Read More...

International social justice competition comes to Brandeis

The Hult Prize @ Brandeis challenge, an international social entrepreneurship competition, will be held at Brandeis for the first time on Dec. 3. The Hult Prize Foundation, a nonprofit organization, hosts a competition each year… 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… Read More...

Congresswoman shares insights in webinar

Congresswoman Pat Schroeder, known for her groundbreaking work and advocacy for women during her 24-year career in the House of Representatives, voiced her concerns about the election and the state of gender equality in America… 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… Read More...
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