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The merging of citizen science and social justice

Students and faculty convened in the International Lounge on Tuesday, Feb. 6, where Dr. Mark Chandler, the International Director of Research at the Earthwatch Institute, disc… Read More...

Brandeis to hold active shooter training in March

Brandeis will conduct an active shooter drill on Wednesday, March 21, according to a Feb. 5 email announcement from Public Safety Director Ed Callahan. The drill will simulate an … Read More...

Film screening sheds light on deaf culture

After the screen faded to black and the lights were raised, the organizers of the Brandeis American Sign Language (ASL) Club’s ’DEIS Impact event lined up three panelists in a … Read More...

About Face presentation discusses diversity and self awareness

Patricia Steiner, a graduate professor at the Rabb School of Continuing Studies, hosted a presentation in the intercultural lounge titled, “About Face—Solving Issues of D… Read More...

Student Union hosts phone-a-thon for the Dream Act

The undergraduate Student Union hosted a phone-a-thon Tuesday, Feb. 6, where students could call their state Congressional representative and urge them to support a “clean… Read More...

Dean of Admissions presents on admissions statistics to Faculty Meeting

Dean of Admissions Jennifer Walker presented statistics on the class of 2021 and Brandeis recruitment process at a Jan. 26 Faculty Meeting. The talk also featured discussion of t… Read More...

BCJ and FACT present on divestment to Board of Trustees

Students from Brandeis Climate Justice (BCJ) and faculty from Faculty Against the Climate Threat (FACT) met with the full Board of Trustees on Jan. 31 to discuss divestment from f… Read More...

Liebowitz writes open letter supporting former colleague

President Liebowitz wrote an open letter expressing his support for Ithaca College President Shirley Collado, who in 2001 pleaded no contest to allegations of sexual assault. L… Read More...

Nine of ten Student Union positions filled

This past week, the Brandeis Student Union held their winter elections to fill 10 open positions on the Senate, Allocation Board, Judiciary and Undergraduate Curriculum Commit… Read More...

Flooding damages East residence hall

The fifth floor of East Residence Quad’s Hassenfeld Dormitory flooded Jan. 25 around 9 p.m., leaving some of its residents with damaged property. The sprinkler systems in East … Read More...

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