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Brandeis political groups host voter registration drive

Brandeis Democrats hosted a voter registration drive in the library last Friday where students could register to vote in their state and learn about their state’s primary elections. Two a cappella groups, Proscenium and Up… Read More...

Vanita Gupta named Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life

Vanita Gupta was awarded the Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life award Tuesday, March 6 to an audience of faculty and students. After a brief introduction by President Ron Liebowitz, Gupta gave a talk on… Read More...

Livingstone advises faculty and staff on DACA and TPS

Allyson Livingstone, the new Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Education, Training, and Development as of three months ago, has hosted two training sessions on how faculty and staff can support students affected by recent… Read More...

Senate Log March 4, 2018

The Senate heard a proposal for a “Smile Train” club. “Smile Train” is a medical group that fixes cleft lip palates in young children. The club will be lead by Samantha Schnall ’19 and Ben… Read More...

Marching then Running: Panelists focus on women in public office

Marching then Running, as part of the Lubin symposium, discussed women’s engagement in politics with three panelists, Glynda Karr, Ryanne Olsen and Charlotte Golar Richie. The panelists focused on the growing involvement of women and… Read More...

Anita Hill to give commencement address at Wesleyan

Anita Hill (HS) is speaking at Wesleyan University at the school’s commencement in May instead of Daniel Handler, more commonly known by his pen name Lemony Snicket, due to accusations of sexually inappropriate conduct, according… Read More...

The BBSO celebrates Black History Month at Brandeis

As part of Black History Month, The Brandeis Black Student Organization (BBSO) hosted several events at Brandeis including a movie screening of the film “School Daze,” a teach-in, a black career panel and the cultural… Read More...

Brandeis admissions supports high school student protests

Brandeis Admissions stated high school students who chose to participate in peaceful protests will not be penalized when applying to Brandeis. The message posted on Brandeis’ Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, is in reference to protests… Read More...

Liebowitz reports on the January Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees voted unanimously to pass the new general education requirements, the final stamp of approval before the requirements go into effect for the class entering in fall 2019, according President Liebowitz’s summary… Read More...

’Deis Impact presents H2Woe: The Struggle for Clean Water

’DEIS Impact presented “H2Woe: The Struggle for Clean Water,” a screening of the documentary film, “A World without Water,” on Wednesday Feb. 7, and held a question and answer session with two panelists, Donna J.… Read More...
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