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737 Hoot Market items donated to hurricane relief

Over the course of a two-week drive in the Hoot Market (C-store), 737 items were donated and are to be sent to the Red Cross for hurricane relief. The drive was a collaboration betwee… Read More...

German Diplomat warns of crisis in European Union after Brexit

The former German diplomat Thomas Matussek gave a speech at Brandeis this past Monday evaluating the state of affairs in Europe. Matussek was the German ambassador to the United K… Read More...

Task Force on Free Expression comes out with aspirational principles

The Task Force on Free Expression held one of three open meetings on Sept. 27 to discuss a set of principles aimed at guiding free speech and expression on campus. The three-page doc… Read More...

Sustainability committee asks university to continue efforts

Speakers at the bi-annual State of Sustainability commended the university for meeting energy use goals and moving away from fossil fuels while challenging the administration … Read More...

Univ. response to DOE guidelines maintains standard of proof

Brandeis will continue using the “preponderance of the evidence” standard in adjudicating sexual assault cases, despite new guidelines from the Department of Education (… Read More...

Police remove posters targeting pro-Palestinian group

Brandeis police removed two swastikas and posters targeting pro-Palestinian student groups early this week in seemingly unrelated incidents, according to a campus-wide emai… Read More...

Alumni fund new fellowship to help students engage with local community

UPDATED 10/11

Brand new this year, the Rich/Collins Community Leadership and Impact Fellowship (CLIF) is offering Brandeis students the chance to apply for mini-grants betwee… Read More...

Election mishap leads to concession

Agnes Nkansah is the new Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program (TYP) Senator after Stephanie Woodland was incorrectly named the winner of the position. Woodland received three v… Read More...

‘Buyer Beware’ strikes controversy, remains on fall production lineup

After weeks of controversy, members of the theater department and administrators determined on Sept. 26 that “Buyer Beware,” a play by Brandeis alum, Michael Weller ’65 w… Read More...

Brandeis MakerLab presents tech in New York City, Boston

Over the past two weeks, the Brandeis University MakerLab showcased collections in New York and Boston. On Sept. 17, they traveled to the Boston Children’s Museum to present at Read More...

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