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Penny-jammed doors at Grad a security and financial problem

Brandeis has spent over $5,000 to repair locks on exterior doors of all four buildings at the Charles River (Grad) apartments that students have jammed with pennies or other objec… Read More...

New course ‘The Asian American Experience’ to be offered next semester

With course registration for next semester open, students can select a new class on Asian American history. The Brandeis Asian American Task Force (BAATF) demanded Brandeis off… Read More...

Delegation from Al-Quds University spends a week at Brandeis

A delegation from Al-Quds University spent last week at Brandeis as part of a trip organized by students working to reinstate the partnership between the two schools that Brandei… Read More...

Univ. response to B.SASV offers clarifications and pledge to launch awareness campaign

Brandeis responded Monday to the second progress report from Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence (B.SASV) which graded the university in 12 categories on their handling … 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...

B.SASV progress report demands further action

Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence (B.SASV) issued its second progress report to the university on Monday, calling on the university to hire additional employees, lead … 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...

Herbstritt ’17 and Nuñez ’18 run for Student Union President

Student Union elections for next year will be held next Thursday, and  undergraduates will elect a new president, vice president, secretary and treasurer of the Union, as we… Read More...

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...

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