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HR employee sues Brandeis for $2 million, alleges employment discrimination

A human resources employee is suing Brandeis for over $2 million on three claims of discrimination based on her race, color, age, sex and decision to retaliate against mistreatment.  The suit, filed by former Vice… Read More...

Administration responds to Climate Justice banner

In anticipation of Admitted Students Day on April 14th, members of Brandeis Climate Justice (BCJ) hung a banner on the bridge in front of Gosman Athletics Center to “remind incoming students that they have a… Read More...

Several students face disciplinary action in vandalism case

Brandeis has launched an investigation into vandalism of art commissioned by Hillel for Israel Week. The art installation, which was erected for Hillel’s “Israel Week,” was professionally painted by a group named “Artists 4 Israel”… Read More...

Branda team plans community app updates

Branda, an application created by a group of Brandeis undergraduate students that combines various aspects of student life, will soon have new features added to it, following its launch in December 2018. Since its launch,… Read More...

Brandeis rebrands with updated seal, narrative

Brandeis introduced an updated seal and logo on Wednesday in an effort to become more recognizable outside the Brandeis community, said Mark Neustadt, a marketer with Neustadt Creative Marketing who presented the logo to students,… Read More...

Brandeis already mostly complying with proposed bills

Brandeis is largely in compliance with two bills on sexual misconduct and sexual violence before the Massachusetts legislature, according to Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) Sonia Juardo. The two bills would require… Read More...

Commissioned art for Israel week painted over

UPDATED 5/3 12:00 pm Brandeis Hillel commissioned a group called Artists 4 Israel to paint a cube that would sit on the Great Lawn all week to commemorate “Israel Week.” The artists painted three sides… Read More...

Author speaks about critical edition of Mein Kampf

When Othmar Ploeckinger, a scholar who studies the early Nazi movement, first started working on the critical edition of “Mein Kampf” he did not think that the ideas in the book would once again be… Read More...

Brandeis Pro-Choice completes Plan B vending machine project

After over two years of work, Brandeis Pro-Choice installed a “Wellness Vending Machine” that is stocked with Plan B and other health products in the second-floor gender neutral bathroom in the Shapiro Campus Center (SCC)… Read More...

Brandeis searches for Athletics Director, Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Brandeis has begun its search for a new athletics director and the vice provost for student affairs (VPSA), Provost Lisa Lynch announced to the Brandeis community on April 26. Brandeis hopes to have final candidates… Read More...
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