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Activist remembers Ferguson five years later

Pastor Cori Bush visited Brandeis on Tuesday to recount her journey in the struggle to end police violence and resource deprivation in the St. Louis and Ferguson area during an event called From Protest to… Read More...

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion names Office of Equal Opportunity Director

Sonia Jurado will become the inaugural Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) on March 18, 2019, according to an email sent out to the Brandeis community by Mark Brimhall-Vargas, the Chief Diversity Officer… Read More...

Pushing for full divestment isn’t radical: it’s necessary

Last semester, the Board of Trustees voted to enact a three-year suspension of all fossil fuel investments and promised to revisit the idea of full divestment after reviewing the results of the suspension. This decision… Read More...

Swimming and diving find success on senior day

It was senior day for the Brandeis University swimming and diving teams when they won 21 of 32 events to go on and sweep Clark University at Linsey Pool on Saturday. The men won by… Read More...

We can’t afford complacency when it comes to climate change

Brandeis Dining Services has recently increased their efforts to promote sustainability on campus by providing compostable utensils and compost bins at events. Sustainability Programs also, admirably, hosted an information session to inform students and faculty… Read More...

Men’s and women’s fencers receive UAA athlete of the week honors

After a weekend at the second Northeast Fencing Conference meet of the season, the Brandeis Judges finished on a high note with both teams finishing with 4-2 records. The wins received at this meet place… Read More...

Judiciary Case to be heard Sunday

The Judiciary will hear representatives from the Allocations Board (A-Board) and the Executive Board (E-Board) on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. in a case that will decide whether the Student Union is a club… Read More...

‘My Ex-Life:’ Professor McCauley’s smart, witty new novel

Stephen McCauley, co-director of the Creative Writing Program, is not only a professor of short fiction workshops, but a successful novelist. McCauley held a variety of jobs before focusing on writing full-time (his website lists… Read More...

“Fridays for a Future:” The power of the next generation

After the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School last year, student activists took to the streets and social media to voice the issues of gun violence in the United States. These students were met with… Read More...

’Deis Hacks looks to improve non-profit organizations

When people think of hacking, their first thought is always along the lines of hacking the National Security Agency (NSA) or Facebook. But ’Deis Hacks, “a hackathon for social good” focuses on the good that… Read More...
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