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Brandeis to hold active shooter training in March

Brandeis will conduct an active shooter drill on Wednesday, March 21, according to a Feb. 5 email announcement from Public Safety Director Ed Callahan. The drill will simulate an active shooter situation in the library—including… Read More...

Berg appointed Director of Sexual Assault and Prevention Services

Sarah Berg was appointed the director of Sexual Assault and Prevention, the second person to hold this position, where she oversees the Office of Prevention Services and Rape Crisis Center (OPS). Berg discovered a passion… Read More...

Brandeis installs solar panels on library roof

The university installed new solar panels on the library roof this winter break. The panels generate 25 percent of the library’s electricity usage and have doubled the amount of solar power on campus. The library… Read More...

Liebowitz notes impact of tax bill on Brandeis and higher education

The new Republican tax bill may negatively impact Brandeis and higher education as a whole, but “to the relief of many,” certain provisions which could hinder the accessibility of education—including a tax on graduate student… Read More...

Univ. responds to armed robbery on campus

The university issued an emergency shelter-in-place order from 11:54 p.m. on Nov. 20 to about 2 a.m. on Nov. 21 after receiving reports of an armed suspect on campus. Brandeis and Waltham police responded to… Read More...

BCC enacts change to account for high demand

The Brandeis Counseling Center (BCC) is adding staff, expanding hours and increasing group therapy sessions to meet increased demand for counseling center resources this semester, according to Joy von Steiger, director of the BCC.  As… Read More...

Search for Director of OPS narrowed to three candidates

The search for a new Director of Sexual Assault and Prevention Services is narrowing, with the top three candidates visiting campus for open interviews this week and next. The university is seeking a replacement for… Read More...

Vice president of human resources named Interim Title IX coordinator

Robin Nelson-Bailey, the vice president of human resources, is serving as the acting Title IX coordinator, following the departure of Linda Shinomoto from this role. Stew Uretsky, the executive vice president for finance and administration,… Read More...

Crenshaw delivers thought-provoking lecture on intersectionality

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, the influential scholar who coined the term “intersectionality,” received the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler prize on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Crenshaw has spent several days in residency, speaking with classes and at… Read More...

Undergraduate Theater Collective breathes life into its performance of ‘Blithe Spirit’

Navigating the relationship between ex- and current lovers can be tricky. Jealousy, insecurity and doubt create tense dynamics, and nobody wants to be caught in the middle. Turn your ex into a ghost, though, and… Read More...
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