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Adjunct faculty turn union campaign outward

Brandeis students, staff and faculty spoke in support of creating a union for non-tenure track professors on Tuesday, Oct. 13. In the ever-busy wake-and-shake area between Usda… Read More...

Multifaith Chaplaincy in transition

The overall structure and some positions at the Multifaith Chaplaincy are currently in transition. The university has hired Maryam Sharrieff as interim Muslim Chaplain, and sp… Read More...

Dharmic prayer space opens in SCC after years of controversy

A Dharmic prayer space opened in the Shapiro Campus Center on Monday, Sept. 21, following several years of controversy over the appropriate location of this space. Located in the … Read More...

Brandeis hires Maryam Sharrieff as interim Muslim Chaplain

Brandeis hired Maryam Sharrieff as interim Muslim Chaplain beginning on Sept. 14. Sharrieff will work with the Muslim community on campus, including the Muslim Students Associ… Read More...

Anita Hill, now Univ. Professor, lectures on race, gender, opportunity

Professor Anita Hill said the ruling in a recent Supreme Court case involving housing discrimination is a step toward eliminating systemic racism, speaking at the celebratio… Read More...

Sorensen Fellows reflect on summer internships

Each year, through Brandeis’ Sorensen Fellowship, students accept summer internships around the globe in order to translate social justice into action. The International C… Read More...

Off-campus students report increased police monitoring

Officer Cory Amarante of the Waltham Police Department approached Brandeis students at their off-campus homes on Saturday, Aug. 29 and warned them, in what students called a “… Read More...

Students take summer trip to Al-Quds University

This summer, three Brandeis students, Hannah Kober ’16, Risa Dunbar ’17 and Leah Susman ’18, along with Brandeis Professor Bernadette Brooten (NEJS) visited Al-Quds UniRead More...

Princeton Review names Brandeis top school for community service

In its 2016 issue “The Best 380 Colleges,” The Princeton Review named Brandeis University the number one school for community service.

The Princeton Review surveyed studen… Read More...

Farmers’ Club and new Gerstenzang farm are ready for new school year

In spring of 2015, the Brandeis Farmers’ Club established a farm on the roof of the Gerstenzang Science Library. The farm has flourished over the summer, and the club has several … Read More...

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