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Anti-semitic Graffiti found at AEPi House

A swastika was found drawn in the condensation on a window at the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) Fraternity House on South Street Friday night. AEPi is a Jewish fraternity which was hostin… Read More...

Students gather at memorial service to discuss recent terror attacks, islamophobia

Students held a memorial for those affected by terrorist attacks in Brussels, Somalia and other parts of the world on Tuesday, April 5. The memorial payed respects to the victims o… Read More...

Julieanna Richardson ‘76 Chosen as Commencement Speaker

Historian and founder of HistoryMakers Julieanna Richardson ’76 will give the commencement speech at this year’s graduation ceremony. Richardson, along with four other p… Read More...

Students Clash Over Israeli Apartheid Week

A banner hung by the Rabb steps for The Israeli Apartheid Week was taken down multiple times after being put up by Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine (BSJP). A sign in suppor… Read More...

Herbstritt beats Nuñez in SU presidential election by two votes

Student Union Vice President David Herbstritt ’17 has won the Student Union Presidency by two votes.

Herbstritt has served on the Union for the past two years, but the election b… Read More...

Despite Waltham Historical Commission’s vote to delay, univ. plans to begin Castle construction on time

Castle demolition will be delayed by one year after a unanimous vote of the Waltham Historical Commission (WHC) on March 15. Brandeis announced plans to renovate the Usen Castle i… Read More...

In Loving Memory: Zimeng ‘Boots’ Xue

Zimeng “Boots” Xue ’18 died Feb. 29, 2016 at age 20. She was born on Feb. 14, 1995 in Beijing, China. Boots fenced foil for the Brandeis women’s fencing team and was a gifted a… Read More...

Interim Pres. Lynch gives update on Draft Implementation Plan

Points in the Implementation Plan the university and student representatives of the Ford Hall 2015 movement had developed last fall are in the process of being fully outlined and … Read More...

Offer feta cheese at campus dining locations

Dining hall food is notoriously bad, and Brandeis is no exception to this rule. We’ve written about it and protested about it, and yet it seems the quality of the food never improv… Read More...

Justice Ginsburg discusses univ.’s namesake

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg commented last night on her appreciation for Louis Brandeis’ pioneering legal practice that used facts and the social conditions of … Read More...

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