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Climate Survey analyzed based on race, ethnicity, international status

Brandeis released an analysis of the 2015 Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct on March 18 based on race and ethnicity and international status. The Task Force for Sexual Assault Response, Services and Prevention administered… Read More...

Ombuds employees discuss interim service at info session

Brandeis unveiled its new Ombuds service last week, and three university employees will provide confidential guidance to students regarding conflicts. Erika Smith, Elena Lewis and Brian Koslowski obtained multiple days of preparation in order to… Read More...

Brandeis aims to double campus recycling rate

Brandeis is upgrading its recycling program across campus, according to Mary Fischer, Brandeis’ manager of sustainability. The plan to revamp the system will happen in two steps, the first to be completed by the end… Read More...

’DEIS Impact keynote speaker addresses inequality and the law

Germaine Ingram, keynote speaker of ’DEIS Impact’s weeklong Festival of Social Justice, gave her keynote address “The Law and the Stage: Platforms for Pursuing Social Justice” this Wednesday. Director of TriO Student Support Services Program… Read More...

MBTA revises schedule after public protest

After an outcry from the public, including members of the Brandeis community, the MBTA revised its schedules, which are set to change after May 23. The MBTA stands as a critical mode of transportation to… Read More...

DEIS Impact keynote speaker announced

Germaine Ingram, a nationally recognized contemporary jazz tap dancer, has been selected as the 2016 ’DEIS Impact keynote speaker and performer. The ’DEIS Impact Festival of Social Justice is a week-long event in which professors,… Read More...
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