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Kendal Chapman ’22 runs unopposed for Vice Presidential seat

Kendal Chapman ’22 is running unopposed for the Student Union vice presidency—a seat that opened last week after former Vice President Guillermo Caballero’s ’20 resignation. If elected, Chapman hopes to increase communication across the Union… Read More...

RFP collects community feedback

The Request for Proposals (RFP) is developing and gathering community input as a part of the first two stages of the dining vendor selection process. Unionized employees will retain their jobs, and it is unclear… Read More...

Peacebuilder Dr. John Paul Lederach receives Gittler Prize

Dr. John Paul Lederach understood early on that listening to those who suffer in conflicts is key to ending the imperial pattern of U.S.-led peacebuilding. He had to “unlearn” overtly imperial peacebuilding methods—methods that don’t… Read More...

Student Union Vice President resigns

Student Union Vice President Guillermo Caballero ’20 resigned on Sunday during the Student Union Senate meeting. His resignation was effective as of Tuesday Oct. 29 at 4 p.m. Executive Senator Jake Rong ’21 has taken… Read More...

Jewish feminist archives donated to university

Project Kesher, a grassroots organization helping connect Jewish women in former Soviet States and Israel, has donated documents dating back from the organization’s founding in 1988 through 2015 to the Brandeis Archives & Special Collections… Read More...

Univ. addresses freedom of speech, ethical integrity in self-study

Principles of free speech were formulated by the university after concerns arose about issues of free expression, a self-study published in September 2018 found. The study also looked into the integrity of all students, staff… Read More...

New VP of Campus Operations outlines first-year plan

Lois Stanley, the new vice president of campus operations, is working on a process to better determine what buildings require maintenance. This process will help the university decide which buildings need the most immediate attention. … Read More...

In the Senate 10/27

Former Vice President Guillermo Caballero ’20 began the senate meeting by announcing his resignation.  “I gave a lot of thought on whether I wanted to continue working for the Union to build the body I… Read More...

Univ. plans to increase fundraising to account for new hires

Brandeis has secured $84.7 million to move forward with the springboard funding plan to address the gaps in Brandeis’ operational budget, including deferred maintenance and new hires, President Liebowitz announced in an email to the… Read More...

Brandeis Prof. Anita Hill talks Trump, Biden on CNN Citizen

Brandeis Professor Anita Hill (HS) criticized President Donald Trump for comparing the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry to a lynching in a tweet on Oct. 22. Hill called the comparison “ludicrous” and “a divisive tactic”… Read More...
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