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Panel discusses the future of Black Lives Matter during the Biden Presidency

Angela Glover-Blackwell, the 2014 Richman Distinguished Fellowship in Public Life fellow, is optimistic for the future of the Black Lives Matter movement following the Biden administration’s calls for a “true multiracial democracy,” she said during… Read More...

Univ. updates mask policy, gaiters no longer acceptable

The university has implemented a new mask policy to limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus with the start of spring 2021, according to an email sent by Senior Vice President for Communications, Marketing and… Read More...

Chaplaincy Innovation Lab receives $750,000 to extend the chaplains’ work amidst COVID-19 pandemic

The Chaplaincy Innovation Lab was awarded $750,000 in the form of two grants from the Henry Luce Foundation in the second half of 2020, allowing the lab to continue to support chaplains who are on… Read More...

In the Senate, Feb. 14

The Senate voted and passed the motion to change Brandeis Chabad’s constitution. This organization “provides the Brandeis community with enriching Jewish experiences with the intent of promoting spiritual growth,” and, despite its religious connection, is… Read More...

Professor Anita Hill talks about the future of equality and United States Supreme Court

In a Jan. 18 event, Professor Anita Hill (AAAS/LGLS/HS/WGS) talked about the duality of her excitement for Vice President Kamala Harris’ historic inauguration and concern that calls for unity would paper over lingering problems of… Read More...

Rosenstiel Award winners contribute to fundamentals of vaccine production

Biochemist Katalin Karikó and Professor Drew Weissman ’81, MA’81 were presented the 50th annual Rosenstiel Award for their pioneering work on the modification of nucleic acids to develop RNA therapeutics and vaccines. Karikó currently serves… Read More...

Board of Trustees discusses ongoing coronavirus pandemic, univ. initiatives

The university is expected to maintain a balanced budget during the 2021 fiscal year (FY21) “due in large measure to the sacrifices and contributions of members of our community,” despite the coronavirus pandemic, according to… Read More...

Univ. panelists discuss transition of power

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and Senior Advisor for the Biden for President Campaign Greg Schultz spoke about governmental transitions in the post-election, pre-inauguration period in a webinar hosted by the university on Jan. 13. … Read More...

Super Bowl LV Review

Tom Brady has done it. He has now won seven Super Bowls and has further cemented his legacy as the greatest football player of all time. Brady has more Super Bowl wins than any other… Read More...

Eleven seats filled in Student Union winter elections, all unopposed

UPDATED: 2/8/2021, 11:30 AM The 2021 winter Student Union elections filled five senate seats, five Allocations Board seats and one representative position. Of the eleven seats filled, all were unopposed. The Senate  Scarlett (Tong) Ren… Read More...
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