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Class of 2022 senator resigns

Class of 2022 Senator Alex Chang ’22 resigned after delivering a speech to 12 senators at the weekly Senate meeting on Sunday. In his remarks, he blamed the atmosphere of the Student Union for his… Read More...

Neuroscience professor honored with National Academy of Sciences Award

UPDATED: 2/9 3:00 PM Eve Marder ’69, the Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of Neuroscience, was awarded the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Award in the Neurosciences earlier this year. Known as one of the… Read More...

Judiciary hearing rescheduled for a second time

The Judiciary hearing has been rescheduled for a second time due to cancellations from the Executive Board (E-Board) Party, according to Chief Justice Morris Nadjar ’19. The new date for the hearing has not been… Read More...

President Liebowitz reports on January Board of Trustees meeting

President Ron Liebowitz released a report on Monday of the most recent Board of Trustees meeting, where the Board discussed university task forces to address maintenance and accessibility on campus, the new Springboard Funding Plan,… Read More...

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion names Office of Equal Opportunity Director

Sonia Jurado will become the inaugural Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) on March 18, 2019, according to an email sent out to the Brandeis community by Mark Brimhall-Vargas, the Chief Diversity Officer… Read More...

Speaker shares story of Standing Rock protest movement

Jennifer Weston, a professor at UMass Boston and a member of the Lakota Native American community, shared the story of the Standing Rock protest movement in a lecture on Wednesday. Weston, who is a researcher,… Read More...

Brandeis alumni joins Massachusetts State Senate

Democrat Becca Rausch ’01 was elected to the Massachusetts State Senate in the 2018 midterm election, the only Massachusetts State Senate candidate to flip a seat in the election cycle. Rausch is now the second… Read More...

New open access resource promotes peace at a low cost

An open textbook for the course PAX 120b: Inner Peace and Outer Peace was launched on Jan. 23 in a growing university effort to help combat the high costs of textbooks and educational resources. The… Read More...

Lurie Institute names eight members for fellowship

The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy at Brandeis named eight members to the inaugural class of the Nathan and Toby Starr Fellowship on Thursday. The program aims to cultivate research expertise to increase undergraduate students’… Read More...

Brandeis commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day with presentation

Holocaust Remembrance Day, an international holiday that commemorates the atrocities committed by the Nazis during World War II, was commemorated Monday when a variety of artists and academics spoke about the forms that Holocaust remembrance… Read More...
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