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Evacuation drill to be held on April 16 in Ridgewood residence areas

Between 11:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, fire alarms will go off at Ridgewood Residences as part of a test of the Brandeis Emergency Notification System (BENS) and evacuation drill, according to… Read More...

Brandeis makes over $638,000 on application fees

Brandeis University recently admitted the class of 2023, but from those students who weren’t admitted, Brandeis gained roughly $556,480 in application fees. The $80 fee, however, isn’t paid by everyone. Out of 11,343 applicants this… Read More...

Fox Business Network reporter speaks at Brandeis

Fox Business Network reporter John Stossel spoke about his experience in consumer reporting and how it led him to advocate for libertarian views in the news. Stossel began his talk by explaining how, as a… Read More...

Chair of DNC speaks on 2020 Presidential Election

The Chair of the Democratic National Committee let a packed audience know that he was counting the days—528—to the 2020 Presidential Election. “I’m counting because the world is watching,” Tom Perez said. Perez spoke about… Read More...

Facilities resolves hot water outages in Shapiro dorms

When the hot water ran out in the Shapiro Residence Hall in Massell Quad, Massell Quad Senator Kendal Chapman ’22 started showering at the gym. “Multiple people in the building filed work orders,” Chapman said.… Read More...

Task force working to address workplace bullying at Brandeis

A faculty task force is working to create procedures to address workplace bullying at Brandeis. The Dignity at Work Task Force presented several recommendations to the faculty senate on how to investigate and settle disputes… Read More...

Students and administrators discuss university finances

Students and three administrators from Brandeis financial services and finance administration gathered to discuss university policies—from financial aid, merit scholarships, improving communication about scholarships and grants to better encouraging diversity at Brandeis. Six students asked… Read More...

Experts discuss if Iran can be stopped from getting nuclear weapons

Two experts in nuclear proliferation and an attentive audience discussed if Iran can be stopped from getting a nuclear bomb on Thursday. But the two experts, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute Robert Einhorn and… Read More...

Brandeis institute founder accused of sexual assault

Michael Steinhardt, a billionaire Jewish philanthropist with ties to Brandeis, including an institute bearing his name, was accused of a pattern of sexual harassment in an article published by The New York Times on Thursday.… Read More...

Union to hold elections, debate

Candidates announced their plan to run for several seats including the President of the Student Union on Wednesday. The Student Union is holding a debate between the candidates on Monday, March 18 at 8 p.m.… Read More...
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