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Letter sent to Liebowitz calls for reform on accessibility

The group Addressing Accessibility at Brandeis sent a letter asking for an open forum to discuss accessibility on campus to President Ron Liebowitz this Thursday. The letter questioned whether Brandeis was truly accessible to those… Read More...

Union clashes with Allocations Board on funding, pianos

Two Student Union senators accused the Union of a lack of transparency on Brandeis University class Facebook groups and in an email to the class of 2022 on Tuesday, Nov. 6. In a Facebook post,… Read More...

Brandeis land had significance to indigenous peoples

The land Brandeis sits on was sacred to the indigenous peoples who lived on it, according to the Mattakeeset tribal Chief. The land was shared among the Massachusett people, which includes four contemporary surviving tribes:… Read More...

Brandeis graduate arrested for hate crimes

Brandeis graduate James Polite ’18 was charged with four hate crimes crime last Friday, Nov. 2, according to articles by The New York Times and CNN. He was charged for anti-Semitic statements written on a… Read More...

Greek life members wear pins to support survivors of sexual assault

Members of sororities and fraternities could be seen wearing “these letters believe survivors” pins and apparel displaying their Greek letters on Tuesday, in solidarity with the national movement supporting survivors of sexual assault. The idea… Read More...

Liebowitz shares framework for univ. changes

President Ron Liebowitz shared a framework for changes which would bring university programs in line with Brandeis’ mission and the institution’s financial capabilities on Monday. He described the university as “far too complex an institution… Read More...

Brandeis releases free speech and expression principles

The Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to adopt the “Principles of Free Speech and Free Expression,” a set of six principles that guide free expression on campus, according to President Ron Liebowitz in an email… Read More...

Boston University professor describes loss and recovery in Rome

A Boston University professor spoke about how Roman historical figures strove to recover lost information at an event sponsored by the Department of Classical Studies on Oct. 24. Assistant Professor of Classical Studies Hannah Čulik-Baird… Read More...

GSC urges Brandeis students to ‘vote yes on 3’

The Gender and Sexuality Center hosts a phone bank every Thursday where students and Waltham community members call local voters to urge them to ‘vote yes on 3’: to vote in favor of the third… Read More...

Former Israeli soldier speaks about her experience

A former soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces, Merphie Bubis, spoke about her experience in the Israeli Civil Administration and the favoritism with which Israeli citizens and settlers were treated as compared to Palestinians. J… Read More...
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