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Proposed tax bills may affect Brandeis

In a Nov. 17 campus-wide email, provost Lisa Lynch urged members of the Brandeis community to contact their congressional representatives to express their views regarding tax p… Read More...

Students take divestment march to administrative buildings

About 35 students and several faculty shouted “take a stand and divest, stand with science, truth and justice,” outside the administrative buildings on Wednesday, after ma… Read More...

Dramatists Guild of America objects to ‘Buyer Beware’ cancellation

The Dramatists Guild of America and the Dramatists Legal Defense Fund (DLDF) issued a statement on Wednesday objecting in “the strongest possible terms” to “Brandeis Uni… Read More...

Director details frustration leading up to cancellation of ‘Buyer Beware’

Frustrations with communication from the theater department and suggestions to move the performance off-campus preceded playwright Michael Weller’s ’65 decision to canRead More...

Final free expression meeting generates debate

The opinions, emotions and heartfelt beliefs of more than 30 members of the Brandeis community filled the Intercultural Center Lounge Monday night in a discussion meant to proviRead More...

Liebowitz says ‘Buyer Beware’ decision is consistent with draft free expression principles

UPDATED 10/28

The replacement of the play “Buyer Beware” with a spring course dealing with the challenging issues it evokes is consistent with the “spirit” of the non-po… Read More...

Women’s soccer team echoes NFL protests against police brutality

In a demonstration meant to reflect the NFL protests that have sparked national controversy in recent weeks, the Brandeis women’s soccer team held hands during the singing of t… Read More...

Crime Statistics show decline in sexual assaults reported

Reported cases of sexual assault and drug abuse are down compared to last year, according to annual crime statistics released by the university on Friday in accordance with the fe… Read More...

Police remove posters targeting pro-Palestinian group

Brandeis police removed two swastikas and posters targeting pro-Palestinian student groups early this week in seemingly unrelated incidents, according to a campus-wide emai… Read More...

Students respond to hurricanes Harvey and Irma

When Hurricanes Harvey and Irma ravaged parts of the southern United States and the Caribbean over the past three weeks, some members of the Brandeis community were affected as ot… Read More...

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