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Inside the life of an Amazon Flex driver

Flex drivers and other gig workers at Amazon need to get protections so that, should they injure themselves while making a delivery, they won’t be without a means to earn money, according to Professor David… Read More...

’Deis Impact 2020 seeks event ideas from students

The Brandeis University Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) is looking for event ideas from students for the annual ’Deis Impact program, according to an email from ODEI Director Allyson Livingstone and Program Administrator… Read More...

Students advocate for reform in dining services

UPDATED: 2/9 9:25 p.m. Brandeis Uprooted and Rising, a movement focused on the future of sustainability and nourishment of future generations by demanding food sovereignty, hosted a gathering outside of Sherman Function Hall on Sunday,… Read More...

Portable device that detects fentanyl in street drugs

After conducting a study on the amount of fentanyl in street drugs, lead researcher Dr. Traci Green, an appointed director of Brandeis University’s Opioid Policy Research Collaborative in the Heller School for Social Policy and… Read More...

Panel of Holocaust presentations tells victims’ stories to next generation

Eight presentations were given sharing the stories of victims of the Holocaust at the annual Holocaust Rememberance Panel at Brandeis Univeristy, held in the Liberman-Miller Lecture Hall on Feb. 6. “As the Holocaust recedes into… Read More...

In the Senate 1/26

The Senate passed a resolution proposed by Executive Senator Scott Halper ’20 which moved the selection of committee chairs to after the conclusion of the election cycle. Halper said the intention was to allow newly… Read More...

Union fills nine empty election seats in winter elections

The Student Union filled nine seats in the Winter 2020 elections. A total of 503 students voted in the election. One of two candidates running for the position of Midyear Senator, Michelle Kleytman ’23, won… Read More...

Emirati sultan lectures about modern Middle Eastern art

Sultan Sooud al Qassemi, Emirati commentator on Arab affairs and a member of the Sharjah ruling family, who teaches at Boston College, discussed influential pieces of Middle Eastern art and their political undertones on Jan.… Read More...

Women’s suffrage teach-in celebrates centennial of 19th amendment

Various female speakers presented the history of women’s suffrage in a teach-in hosted in the Alumni Lounge on Thursday to celebrate the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment. “The right to vote has… Read More...

Brandeis screens documentary for Holocaust Rememberance Day

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 75th anniversary of the Auschwitz Liberation, the Center for German and European Studies hosted the Boston area screening of the Goethe Institut’s worldwide screening of the 9… Read More...
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