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Black Action Plan seeks accountability from administration

The Black Action Plan is a list of concerns, demands and reforms to structurally change departments of the university to be more equitable, diverse and inclusive, according to the plan’s text. It hopes to create… Read More...

Emma Bartlett ’20 named Brandeis nominee for 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Emma Bartlett ’20, a four-year starting middle blocker on the volleyball team, was named Brandeis’ nominee for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award in early July. She is just the second player in… Read More...

Julián Cancino to lead new vision for Gender and Sexuality Center

Julián Cancino, a transgender LGBTQ activist, joined Brandeis in July 2020 as inaugural director fo the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC), according to an email obtained by The Brandeis Hoot from Chief Diversity Officer and… Read More...

Student-athletes react to fall sports seasons cancellations

As the coronavirus continues to affect millions of people across the globe, many collegiate athletes in the United States have had to cope with the fact that there will be an extremely limited, if any,… Read More...

Students to arrive early to self-quarantine on campus, administration still detailing plans for fall

Brandeis University plans to test over 1000 people per day for COVID-19 during the fall semester by testing students living on campus, faculty, staff and students who come to campus frequently twice a week. The… Read More...

University announces reopening plans for fall semester, classes mostly online, students with option to return to campus

Most classes will be online for the fall 2020 semester, announced President Ron Liebowitz in a June 30 email outlining Brandeis’ plan for the 2020-2021 academic year. Students will be allowed to live on campus,… Read More...

Brandeis departments and community join to collect donations, prepare meals for first responders

Parents of Chinese international students have raised over $30,000 to purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) for first responders in the greater Boston area after learning there was a shortage of supplies, wrote Haizhen Ding P’21… Read More...

Department of Community Service finding virtual ways to keep community together

While we may not be able to help out the community in person anymore, volunteer organizations all over the country are coming together with virtual opportunities to keep the community engaged. Brandeis is no different.… Read More...

C2E continues with virtual companionship amidst public health crisis

As college students around the country are facing the struggles of abruptly returning home, transitioning to online classes and respecting new social distancing guidelines, senior residents living in assisted living facilities are also struggling with… Read More...

Student-athletes react to season cancellations

As college students around the country are continuing to adjust to being at home and continuing their learning online, thousands of student athletes across the country are also coping with another reality: the cancellation of… Read More...
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