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Judge comments on sexual assault adjudication process

Judge Saylor both affirmed and denied elements of a motion to dismiss charges against Brandeis University, stemming from procedural misconduct in the adjudication of sexual as… Read More...

Tuition increases 3.9 percent for 2016-2017 academic year

The Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition by 3.9 percent for the 2016-17 school year, announced Interim President Lisa Lynch on Friday, April 1. Lynch gave various reasons w… Read More...

Fourth installment of sustainability panel discusses environmental impact Sustainability panel addresses divestment, building renovations

While sustainability efforts have yielded positive results over the academic 2015-16 school year, panel discussion noted that further efforts must be made to reduce the campus … Read More...

Student Union Elections fill seats in the Union and Judiciary

Students were elected this week to fill five seats in the Student Union senate and five seats on the judiciary.

Nathan Greess ’19 and Shaquan McDowell ’18 were elected as Senat… Read More...

Brandeis Climate Justice holds Divestment Rally

Members of Brandeis Climate Justice (BCJ) gave a presentation to the Board of Trustees urging them to divest from fossil fuels, one year after the Exploratory Committee on Fossil … Read More...

Students vote ‘no’ to housing proposals, but DCL adjusts upperclassman selection process

Students voted unanimously against both proposed changes to the housing lottery in a poll released by the Department of Community Living on Feb. 9.

 

Students received theiRead More...

Econ alums give post-grad advice

The economics department sponsored an event called “Life After Brandeis” on Wednesday, March 9. The event was held at the International Business School (IBS) and was led by P… Read More...

Faculty discuss executive compensation

Perry Traquina ’78, the chair of the board of trustees, disclosed compensation rates for the university president and other senior executives at the Faculty Meeting on Feb. 26… Read More...

Union proposes to change club marathon

A Student Union proposal aims to eliminate some of the stress involved with obtaining club funding. The proposal was presented to the Senate on Sunday, Feb. 28 and outlines change… Read More...

Office of Prevention Services looks to expand upon current programs

Incidents on South Street as well as climate survey results have recently raised the issue of sexual assault. As a result, they have also highlighted the existing programs that co… Read More...

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