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Mailroom backlog generates wait times of over 90 minutes

Students have expressed frustration at long mailroom wait times since school started on Aug 30. The wait times, which can be up to an hour and a half, are the result of multiple facto… Read More...

Library printers fixed after software issues cause delays, ITS to add mobile printing soon

Software complications reduced the total amount of functioning printers in the Goldfarb library from four printers to one. During the service outage, large crowds of people gat… Read More...

Students respond to hurricanes Harvey and Irma

When Hurricanes Harvey and Irma ravaged parts of the southern United States and the Caribbean over the past three weeks, some members of the Brandeis community were affected as ot… Read More...

IBS now offering one year, eight course Master of Science degree in Business Analytics

The International Business School (IBS) at Brandeis University has recently announced a new, one year Master of Science (MS) degree program in Business Analytics. Due to begin i… Read More...

Zamira Korff named Senior VP of Institutional Advancement

Zamira Korff, formerly of Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), was named senior vice president of institutional advancement and will begin work on Oct. 23 as a fundraising exe… Read More...

Students compete for seats on Student Union

Candidates expressed interest in uniting the student body and providing equal representation in the Student Union after declaring their candidacy in the 2017 Fall Elections.

T… Read More...

Crown Center for Middle East Studies hosts six speakers to discuss Arab-Israeli conflict

This past Sunday, the Crown Center for Middle East Studies at Brandeis hosted the “Looking Back, Looking Forward” event centering the Israeli-Arab conflict. The panel feat… Read More...

McMahon, Rickey leave positions, univ. searches for replacements

Brandeis is seeking new employees at the Office of Prevention Services (OPS) and Rape Crisis Center (RCC) after both Sheila McMahon, the director of Sexual Assault Services and P… Read More...

Rights and Responsibilities sets guidelines for student protests

Policies on free speech, protests, recording devices and drones were updated in this year’s edition of Rights and Responsibilities, the student conduct code.

Each year admin… Read More...

Liebowitz urges Trump to maintain DACA

President Ron Liebowitz emailed a statement Tuesday denouncing President Trump’s plan to end the Deferred Action against Childhood Arrivals program, commonly known as DACA… Read More...

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