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Union to hold elections, debate

Candidates announced their plan to run for several seats including the President of the Student Union on Wednesday. The Student Union is holding a debate between the candidates on Monday, March 18 at 8 p.m.… Read More...

Panelists discuss relationship between Ireland and Israel

Three panelists, including Zeev Boker, who was Israel’s ambassador to Ireland in 2015, discussed the changing relationship between Ireland and Israel, from Irish support of the state to evolving support for Palestinian rights on Monday,… Read More...

Special elections fill all positions in senate and judiciary

The special elections of the Student Union filled each of the six open positions yesterday, spanning the Senate and Judiciary. A total of 688 students voted in the special election. In the Senate, Zach Kern… Read More...

Professor whose research is funded by the Robert Kraft family speaks on forced sexual labor

Robert Kraft’s indictment for allegations of soliciting prostitution offers an opportunity to speak about forced sexual labor, according to a professor whose research that focuses on slavery is funded by the Robert and Myra Kraft… Read More...

PARC asks students to fill out sexual and relationship violence survey

Brandeis students opened their email accounts to find a campus climate survey on sexual and relationship violence on Tuesday morning. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Division of Student Affairs, the survey… Read More...

Disability rights activist speaks at Brandeis

Advocate for disability rights Judy Heumann spoke about the importance of integrating disability into education and improving accessibility to a packed hall of students and others working in the field of accessibility on Thursday night.… Read More...

Angela Davis ’65 visits Brandeis to celebrate AAAS 50th anniversary

Angela Davis ’65 spoke about her childhood experience at Brandeis as an undergraduate and subsequent years as an activist, communist figure, Black Panther Party member and professor, for the 50th anniversary of the African and… Read More...

Hortense Spillers ’74 PhD receives alumni achievement award

Provost Lisa Lynch presented the Alumni Achievement Award to Hortense Spillers ’74 Ph.D. for her work as a literary critic, black feminist scholar and pioneer in the development of African American Studies. Spillers, who is… Read More...

Panelists question how far university has come since Ford Hall 1969

Alumni who led the Ford Hall 1969 protests that established the department of African and African American Studies (AAAS) gathered to celebrate its 50th anniversary on Feb. 8. But some of the panelists expressed the… Read More...

Thirteen announce candidacy for special elections

The Student Union is holding Special Elections to fill five empty seats in the Senate and two empty seats in the Union Judiciary. Interested candidates gathered at the Student Union Office to learn more about… Read More...
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