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University establishes ombuds office to help students address conflicts

The university announced the creation of an ombuds services yesterday, in accordance with the diversity action plan produced during the Ford Hall movement last semester. An omb… Read More...

Brandeis warns students of mumps outbreak at Boston area colleges

Brandeis students received a cautionary email regarding several cases of mumps reported in the Boston area. There have been 12 cases reported in Massachusetts this year, accord… 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...

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...

BRIEF: Physics building evacuated due to smoke during Wednesday morning classes

The Abelson-Bass-Yalem physics building had to be evacuated at around 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24 due to a mechanical issue that created smoke inside, according to an email fr… Read More...

Students asked to provide feedback on housing lottery

The Department of Community Living (DCL) and the Student Union are asking students to provide input on two possible changes to the housing lottery.

The two proposals are separate… 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...

Portions of Usen Castle to be torn down, with iconic sections preserved

UPDATED 1/28

Parts of the iconic Usen Castle, a sophomore residence hall, will be torn down in the summer of 2017, according to an email from Interim President Lisa Lynch. Only Towe… Read More...

Sindberg ’18 elected new executive senator for Student Union

Paul Sindberg, the new executive senator for the Student Union, wants to find new ways for the Union to engage with the student body. He was elected to the position in a secret ballot … Read More...

Student Union candidate statements

Morris Nadjar ’19- Massell Quad Senator
Ryan Tracy’s ’17 Class of 2017 Senator
Claudia Roldan’s ’18 Rosenthal Quad Senator
Gwenyth Fraser’s ’17 Ziv Quad Senator… Read More...

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