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Task force working to address workplace bullying at Brandeis

A faculty task force is working to create procedures to address workplace bullying at Brandeis. The Dignity at Work Task Force presented several recommendations to the faculty senate on how to investigate and settle disputes… Read More...

Trizzy Tré, the Rapper

Trizzy Tré, the Rapper, recently won the BEAM Competition for Springfest 2019 student performer. I sat down with the artist—also known as Tré Warner ’22—and discussed his music, career and getting to share a stage… Read More...

TRII advocates and their stories: Benjamin Dombrowski

The Right to Immigration Institute (TRII) founded at Brandeis is a unique organization that trains undergraduates to become accredited representatives in immigration courts and to gain legal experience firsthand. It allows for immigrants to receive… Read More...

AAPI Studies program in the works

A new Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies program is set to begin at Brandeis in the 2019-2020 school year, according to Max Tang ’19, president of the Brandeis Asian American Task Force (BAATF). The… Read More...

TSA’s ‘Love, Formosa:’ a night of romance and talent

From performances of romantic songs to audience participatory activities that mimicked “The Newlywed Game,” the annual culture show hosted by the Brandeis Taiwanese Student Association (TSA) on Saturday night was a comprehensive celebration of love.… Read More...

Brandeis team talks the talk at the Hult Prize Competition

Imagine presenting an idea to an audience of business leaders who stare down your soul as fellow competitors wait for you to choke. You nervously clutch the microphone and stare into the eyes of a… Read More...

Softball shuts out Eastern Nazarene

Earlier this week, the Judges defeated Eastern Nazarene College in a double header. According to an article by the Brandeis Judges website, Eastern Nazarene College scored the first run in both of the games in… Read More...

Asian Food at Brandeis Sucks

I never expected great food when I decided to come to Brandeis. In fact, I was quite aware of the average quality of the campus food in America, being badly burned before in high school.… Read More...

Admin slow to act but upcoming AAPI minor a good step

The Brandeis administration recently announced its intention to construct a new Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies minor in the next academic year, after continuous requests from interested students. This acquiescence of the university to… Read More...

Project looks at sacred spaces around Boston

Massachusetts was founded on the basis of religious freedom, with many of the original churches and religious spaces still standing today. But what lies beyond these historic churches, temples and mosques that dot the city… Read More...
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