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Student Union vice president and treasurer resign

The Student Union Vice President and Treasurer are resigning, according to an email sent from the Union to the student body Tuesday, Nov. 27. Both positions must be filled by the end of the semester,… Read More...

Brandeis students discuss gun violence

Ten Brandeis community members joined in a conversation about the effects of gun violence, on Tuesday night in the Christian Lounge. Students and members of the chaplaincy who attended the event spoke about the personal… Read More...

Students discuss issues for Transgender Remembrance Day

Brandeis students commemorated Transgender Remembrance Day by discussing different statistics and issues relevant to the transgender community in the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) office on Monday, Nov. 19. The event was organized by the… Read More...

University Press of New England to close after 50 years

After being founded almost half a century ago, the University Press of New England (UPNE) will close at the end of the calendar year due to financial instability, according to an article from Publishers Weekly.… Read More...

10 million scholarship grant to be given to Japanese scholars

Former alumnus Toshizo “Tom” Watanabe ’73 recently donated $10 million to Brandeis to create the Toshizo Watanabe International Scholarship Program (TWISP), a scholarship to assist graduates and undergraduates from Japan to study at Brandeis, according… Read More...

Ad: Brandeis Giving Tuesday

Advertisement: November 27 is Giving Tuesday.… Read More...

Brandeis and Waltham communities protest Sessions ouster

Several Brandeis students, faculty and staff were among the nearly 150 protestors who gathered in protest of President Donald Trump’s ouster of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the corner of Moody St. and Main… Read More...

Former senator speaks about disability work

Former Democratic congressman of Iowa, Tom Harkin, spoke to the Brandeis community twice on Wednesday discussing the results of Tuesday’s midterm elections, his history as a congressman and social policy related to the Americans with… Read More...

Letter sent to Liebowitz calls for reform on accessibility

The group Addressing Accessibility at Brandeis sent a letter asking for an open forum to discuss accessibility on campus to President Ron Liebowitz this Thursday. The letter questioned whether Brandeis was truly accessible to those… Read More...

Campus conversations discusses facilities, improvements

Students discussed campus living, including work orders, recycling, laundry facility access for students with disabilities and the possibility of installing pianos in first-year dorms at a conversation about community living Nov. 8. Hannah Brown ’19,… Read More...
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