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Seeking social justice highlights Brandeis’ Jewish history

Faculty, administrators and students gathered to celebrate Brandeis University’s 70th anniversary with a talk on the University’s history—from its founding in 1948 to … Read More...

Physics and fine arts collaborate on climate change

Students, faculty and staff gathered on Monday for a presentation about the interdisciplinary relationship between science and art with regards to climate change. The present… Read More...

Final Dean of Arts and Sciences Candidate, Jeffrey Shoulson, speaks at Brandeis

Jeffrey Shoulson, the final candidate for the Dean of Arts and Sciences position, spoke to faculty, administrators and students in Usdan’s International Lounge on Thursday, … Read More...

Univ. hosts forum on sexual misconduct response and services

Students, staff and administrators gathered to ask and answer questions on sexual assault, misconduct and the Title IX reporting processes at a forum on Wednesday, April 18 in th… Read More...

Students of ENACT course lobby for Massachusetts bills

In a mock lobbying session, the students of LGLS 161b: Advocacy for Policy Change defended bills that are pending approval in the Massachusetts State Legislature. Students atte… Read More...

Allocations Board grants funding for fall 2018 semester

The Allocations Board released its club funding decisions for the fall semester on Monday, April 15. Fifty-three percent of requested funds were allocated this semester, where… Read More...

Christina Hoff Sommers speaks on feminism

For conservative feminist Christina Hoff Sommers Ph.D. ’79, discrimination based on gender is not just a women’s issue. Men, too, face sexism in the workplace, especially i… Read More...

‘And Then There Were None’ to run only one night of five scheduled performances

UPDATED 4/13 at 4:40 p.m.

The Undergraduate Theater Collective’s (UTC) production of “And Then There Were None” will have one performance on Saturday night, April 14, rat… Read More...

Brandeis basketball coach fired, Liebowitz announces independent investigation

Brandeis fired its head men’s basketball coach, Brian Meehan, based on multiple reports of discriminatory and unprofessional behavior, President Ron Liebowitz announced l… Read More...

Students gather for Take Back the Night

Students gathered at the Rabb steps last night for Take Back the Night, an annual march to raise awareness for sexual violence. The students marched from the steps to the Light of Re… Read More...

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