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Students mobilize to get sexual violence legislation passed in Massachusetts legislature

Sagie Tvizer ’19 encountered people throughout his time at Brandeis who showed interest in organizing around sexual violence prevention and equity, so he helped form a small, informal coalition aimed at trying to help these… Read More...

Amendment passed that requires all secured clubs to have a club consultant

The Student Union has passed legislation mandating that all secured clubs must register an official “Club Consultant.” This amendment is serving as a “trial run,” with the intention of eventually applying to all university clubs,… Read More...

Representative from Lovin’ Spoonfuls talks about impacts of food waste

While 42 million Americans suffer from hunger, 40 percent of food goes to waste, according to Deborah Hicks, a food rescue coordinator who spoke in Olin-Sang on Tuesday. Food waste is the largest source of… Read More...

Vice president for facilities and operations is leaving Brandeis next month

Vice President of Campus Operations Jim Gray will be leaving Brandeis and joining Smith College on April 19 after working for five years at Brandeis, according to Stewart Uretsky, executive vice president for finance and… Read More...

Politicians talk about being women in office

Four local politicians spoke about the obstacles of running for and serving in office as women on Friday. Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards, Waltham City Councilor Kristine Mackin PhD ’14, State Representative Tram Nguyen and… Read More...

Union proposes a club advisor policy

The Student Union has proposed a bylaw that would require clubs to have a faculty or staff advisor to oversee the club. The Union hopes to first require advisors for secured clubs as a “progressive… Read More...

Special elections fill all positions in senate and judiciary

The special elections of the Student Union filled each of the six open positions yesterday, spanning the Senate and Judiciary. A total of 688 students voted in the special election. In the Senate, Zach Kern… Read More...

Students gather for sustainability symposium

Climate change is the biggest problem that humanity has ever faced, but the future of the fight against climate change is more promising than it has ever been, according to a climate change advocate who… Read More...

Professor whose research is funded by the Robert Kraft family speaks on forced sexual labor

Robert Kraft’s indictment for allegations of soliciting prostitution offers an opportunity to speak about forced sexual labor, according to a professor whose research that focuses on slavery is funded by the Robert and Myra Kraft… Read More...

Secretary general of Israel’s Labor Party calls for a two-state solution

Anyone who cares about promoting a peaceful relationship between Israel and its neighbors and wants to secure the future for Israel as a Jewish, Democratic state should be in support of a two-state solution, according… Read More...
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