Home » ByCharlotte Aaron (Page 4)

Senate explores changes to club recognition

The Senate began to more seriously discuss how clubs are recognized and chartered on campus as they voted to recognize Brandeis’ 261st club last Sunday.

The discussion was contRead More...

Surviving Sodexo: A Vegetarian Hot Pasta Salad

This week’s Surviving Sodexo features a dish made by Allison Plotnik ’18, a copy editor for The Brandeis Hoot. Plotnik, a vegetarian who prefers not to eat “just cold kidney … Read More...

In the Senate: Oct. 18

Screen Shot 2015-10-23 at 12.40.30 AMRead More...

Brandeis Democrats back Faculty Forward movement

Leaders of Brandeis Democrats support Faculty Forward, non-tenure-track faculty working to form a union, arguing that non-tenure track faculty deserve fair pay, benefits and … Read More...

In the Senate: Oct. 11

Screen Shot 2015-10-16 at 12.14.31 AMRead More...

Adjunct faculty turn union campaign outward

Brandeis students, staff and faculty spoke in support of creating a union for non-tenure track professors on Tuesday, Oct. 13. In the ever-busy wake-and-shake area between Usda… Read More...

Surviving Sodexo: Too Many Friends

There is nothing more “frustrating” than getting up to leave Usdan and running into friends on the way out. Rather than returning to the homework that awaits you in the library… Read More...

Yuskavage addresses female form in rose exhibition

Lisa Yuskavage shared the inspiration behind her paintings featured in her Rose Art Museum exhibition “The Brood,” and gave advice to budding artists when she spoke to over 1… Read More...

Surviving Sodexo: Taco Tuesday (and every day)

Taco Salad, created by Olivia Leavitt ’19, is healthy and light meal that can be assembled in both Usdan and Sherman dining halls—a unique feature of the dish. Leavitt, a membe… Read More...

Off-campus students report increased police monitoring

Officer Cory Amarante of the Waltham Police Department approached Brandeis students at their off-campus homes on Saturday, Aug. 29 and warned them, in what students called a “… Read More...

Menu Title