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Liebowitz shares highlights of Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees discussed four resolutions including the approval of a $50 million bond to begin construction of a new residence hall to replace the Castle, according to a campus-wide email sent out by President Liebowitz on Friday, Feb. Read More...

Library construction will resume in May

Construction on the Farber wing of the library will be halted until May 22, according to Interim University Librarian Matthew Sheehy.

The ongoing construction in Farber is a result of climate-control issues within the building. Piping will be extended from … Read More...

Student Union looks to fill empty positions

Students filled every seat available in the Student Union office for an information session about union candidacy on Wednesday, Jan 25. Approximately 15 students are running for the available positions.

Midyear, senator-at-large, Ridgewood, Ziv, Charles River/567 and the Mods seats … Read More...

A-Board funds requests for Spring Marathon

The Allocations Board (A-board) funded 68.3 percent of requests, according to Spring Marathon decisions released through the club leaders listserv on Tuesday, Nov. 22.

A-board received requests from 139 clubs for an amount totaling $632,199.18. They funded requests from 135 … Read More...

40 walk out to protest election, stand in solidarity

Approximately 40 students walked out of class at 10:30 a.m. on Friday in protest of Tuesday’s presidential election.

Students leaving class gathered on the Rabb Steps and others who did not have class came as well. The crowd was silent … Read More...

Special Elections yield low voter turnout

Special senate elections for Ridgewood, Charles River/567 and off-campus received low voter turnout, according to election result data from Nov. 3.

There were no candidates to choose from on the ballot for Charles River/567 and Ridgewood senatorial seats. The only … Read More...

Survey assesses students’ health concerns

A health survey will analyze students’ wellness and the availability of resources on campus, according to an email from the executive director of health and wellness, Michael LaFarr, on Nov 1.

The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) was developed by … Read More...

Librarians organize Vote Absentee Jamboree, following up registration drive

The library hosted the Vote Absentee Jamboree on Friday, Oct. 21 to help students vote using absentee ballots. The library will continue to provide stamps, envelopes and notary services for students at the information and borrowing desk until election day, … 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 $39,942.43 in allocated funds. A-Board … Read More...

Brandeis joins national conversation on free menstrual products

UPDATED 10/23. This article has been updated for clarity.

There has been debate across campus about the possibility of providing free menstrual products for students. Brandeis joins other universities in this national conversation. Brown University implemented a program this year, … Read More...

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