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HR employee sues Brandeis for $2 million, alleges employment discrimination

A human resources employee is suing Brandeis for over $2 million on three claims of discrimination based on her race, color, age, sex and decision to retaliate against mistreatment.  The suit, filed by former Vice… Read More...

Several students face disciplinary action in vandalism case

Brandeis has launched an investigation into vandalism of art commissioned by Hillel for Israel Week. The art installation, which was erected for Hillel’s “Israel Week,” was professionally painted by a group named “Artists 4 Israel”… Read More...

Commissioned art for Israel week painted over

UPDATED 5/3 12:00 pm Brandeis Hillel commissioned a group called Artists 4 Israel to paint a cube that would sit on the Great Lawn all week to commemorate “Israel Week.” The artists painted three sides… Read More...

Brandeis Pro-Choice completes Plan B vending machine project

After over two years of work, Brandeis Pro-Choice installed a “Wellness Vending Machine” that is stocked with Plan B and other health products in the second-floor gender neutral bathroom in the Shapiro Campus Center (SCC)… Read More...

27 candidates run to fill 18 open positions

Elections for 18 open positions on the Student Union started at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. A total of 27 different students are running for 10 open seats on the senate, five open seats on the… Read More...

Harvard Professor Gives John Lisman ’66 Memorial Lecture in Vision Science

A Harvard Medical School Professor received the John Lisman ’66 Memorial award on Tuesday. Professor Connie Cepko, Professor of Ophthalmology and the Bullard Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School, also delivered the… Read More...

Architect speaks about role of symbolism in design of the American university

Balancing between function and beauty can often be difficult when designing higher education facilities, according to an architect who spoke at Brandeis on Tuesday evening as a part of the Richard Saivetz ’69 Annual Memorial… Read More...

Students mobilize to get sexual violence legislation passed in Massachusetts legislature

Sagie Tvizer ’19 encountered people throughout his time at Brandeis who showed interest in organizing around sexual violence prevention and equity, so he helped form a small, informal coalition aimed at trying to help these… Read More...

Amendment passed that requires all secured clubs to have a club consultant

The Student Union has passed legislation mandating that all secured clubs must register an official “Club Consultant.” This amendment is serving as a “trial run,” with the intention of eventually applying to all university clubs,… Read More...

Representative from Lovin’ Spoonfuls talks about impacts of food waste

While 42 million Americans suffer from hunger, 40 percent of food goes to waste, according to Deborah Hicks, a food rescue coordinator who spoke in Olin-Sang on Tuesday. Food waste is the largest source of… Read More...
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