Nine dance groups perform in Kaos Kids dance show

On April 14, in Levin Ballroom the university held its Spring 2022 semester show for Kaos Kids, a “secular, hip-hop open dance team that performs all over campus and at other universities,” as described on the show’s pamphlet.The show featured nine dance groups and many community members and outside visitors were in attendance for the […]

Prof. speaks on travel nurses impact on pandemic

Travel nurses serve as a “Band-Aid” for the current devastation and exhaustion that has struck many U.S. hospitals in recent years, as described by Alex Stow. Stow recently left his previous job working in an intensive care unit in order to help hospitals in need for a period of thirteen weeks, all while tripling his […]

Univ. webinar discusses COVID-19 effect in Africa

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a “severe and widespread shock” to African countries, unlike anything they have faced in the past 30 years, said Professor Joseph K. Assan (HS) in a webinar hosted by the university on March 24. The panelists focused the conversation specifically on the effects of the pandemic in Africa, given the […]

In the Senate, Feb. 21

The Senate approved the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance’s request to formally change its name to the Intersectional Feminist Coalition (IFC). This is meant to distance the club from its former parent organization, the Feminist Majority Foundation, which no longer aligns with the purpose and values of the club. The IFC intends to be an all-inclusive, […]

In the Senate, Feb. 14

The Senate voted and passed the motion to change Brandeis Chabad’s constitution. This organization “provides the Brandeis community with enriching Jewish experiences with the intent of promoting spiritual growth,” and, despite its religious connection, is open to all students of all backgrounds. Among the emphasis on the open membership policy, the changes also include updates […]