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Senator rescinds proposal to de-charter The Brandeis Hoot

Class of 2019 Senator Kent Dinlenc formally introduced a proposal to de-charter The Brandeis Hoot at the senate meeting held this past Sunday. This proposal was rescinded late on Thursday night, April 11 in a… Read More...

Survey Circulates About Environmental Impact of Student Newspapers

A member of the Student Union, Class of 2019 Senator Kent Dinlenc ’19 sent out a survey in a Facebook post regarding the interest in and sustainability of having two student newspapers on campus on… Read More...

Panelists discuss the upcoming Israeli election

Four experts on Israeli politics gathered to discuss and answer questions on the upcoming Israel election on April 9. The event was moderated by Shayna Weiss, associate director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies.… Read More...

DCL aims to make the housing selection process transparent

The Department of Community Living (DCL) invited the Student Union Executive board and representatives from The Brandeis Hoot and the Justice to witness the housing selection randomization process on Wednesday afternoon. This is the second… Read More...

Brandeis professor gives lecture on violence against women in India during Partition

Brandeis Professor Harleen Singh (SAS/WMGS) gave a lecture last Friday on India’s Partition in 1947, which resulted in the largest exodus known to human history. The lecture was part of the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research… Read More...

Brandeis ranks 13th in precollege programs

Brandeis ranks as 13th in precollege summer programs for 2019, according to College Consensus. College Consensus judged precollege programs for high school students “based on a variety of criteria,” according to their website. The organization… Read More...

Second accessibility forum establishes priorities

Students, faculty and staff discussed improving accessibility to Brandeis buildings, professor office hours, classrooms and residence halls on Wednesday as a follow-up on points brought up at the first accessibility forum held on Jan. 22.… Read More...

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...

Harvard professor gives talk at Heller School

A Harvard professor recounted his personal journey advocating for fair elections and unionizing farm workers at the talk, “The Democratic Promise: People, Power, and Change.” Professor Marshall Ganz, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at the… Read More...

Harvard professor gives lecture on climate change

Harvard Professor James Anderson gave a talk on climate change through the lenses of chemistry, physics and applied mathematics to a crowd of students and faculty on Monday. Anderson studies Earth’s climate by focusing on… Read More...
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