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Professors go on strike to protest racial injustice in American higher education

Brandeis faculty members joined professors across the country in a two-day strike to draw attention to racial injustice in American higher education on Sep. 8. Professors walked out of their academic duty and implemented their… Read More...

ITS announces changes to LATTE, including significant decrease in file sizes

Information Technology Services (ITS) announced changes to LATTE, Brandeis’ online learning platform and the cornerstone of the university’s system of remote and hybrid classes during the coronavirus pandemic, according to an email sent to the… Read More...

Boston professors and professionals talk coping with confederate monuments

When dealing with confederate statues and monuments, the United States should look to how Germany has since dealt with its injustices after the Holocaust, according to professors who spoke in an online event on Monday.… Read More...

Brandeis COVID-19 Testing Tracker

The graphs provide data collected from The Brandeis COVID-19 Dashboard. The first graph depicts the number of positive test results from the week indicated. The second graph shows the number of tests administered for the… Read More...

Student Union elections conclude with all but one race uncontested

After being delayed last spring due to the coronavirus, the first round of elections to elect new members of the 2020-2021 Brandeis Student Union were elected, with all but one of the elections with only… Read More...

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...

Staff member resigns citing racial injustices as part of decision

Former Area Coordinator Elijah Warren HS’19 resigned from Brandeis in mid-June citing “unjust practices” against Black and Brown people as a part of his decision in his resignation letter, which he also posted on his… Read More...

Staff to receive five additional days off

Staff will receive an additional five discretionary days off to be used on days agreed upon by the employee and the employee’s supervisor, according to the Sep. 3 issue of “InBrief: Finance and Administration,” a… Read More...

Univ. introduces portal to campus visitation tools

The three requirements that are necessary to fulfill before visiting campus—training about the coronavirus, the Daily Health Assessment (DHA) and testing for the coronavirus—are now available through a single location, the Brandeis Campus Passport Portal,… Read More...

Four members of campus operations staff die, students pay tribute

Michael Carbone, James Adams, Patricia Conboy and Nerva Nazaire all passed away within the last six months. “Between them, they served Brandeis University for a total of nearly 70 years,” according to an email sent… Read More...
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