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Univ. discusses timeline for hiring new Chief of Public Safety

The university’s search committee for a new Chief of Public Safety is looking for a candidate who will be involved in reimagining what public safety is on campus, according to the job description posted for… Read More...

Student Union President and Vice President discuss goals for next year

The Student Union President and Vice President for the 2021-2022 academic year are Krupa Sourirajan ’23 and Courtney Thrun ’22. Elections were held on April 7, with a record-breaking amount of student participation, according to… Read More...

In the Senate, April 25

The Dining Committee told the senate that they were planning a Tik Tok inspired event in the dining halls on May 4. It would feature dishes from the popular app to be enjoyed before finals… Read More...

Vaccination required for all students in fall 2021

All students coming or returning to campus in fall 2021 will be required to be fully vaccinated with a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized vaccine, according to an email sent to the Brandeis community… Read More...

Spring 2021 Student Union election fills 14 seats

The second round of the Student Union Spring elections took place on April 21. The Student Union filled eight senator positions and five representative positions.   Joseph Coles ’22 won the Class of 2022 Senator position.… Read More...

Univ. releases statement on verdict in State of Minnesota v. Derek Michael Chauvin

Derek Chauvin, a former Minnesota police officer, was found guilty of all three charges against him on April 20, according to a New York Times article. Chauvin was charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and… Read More...

Take Back the Night held virtually for students

Take Back the Night raises awareness of sexual violence on Brandeis’ campus and provides a space to empower individuals effected by violence. “Take Back the Night is a global effort to raise awareness, provide support… Read More...

Lawsuit against university on breach of contract upheld

A federal judge on April 13 ruled not to dismiss a lawsuit brought up against the university by Brandeis students. The lawsuit plaintiffs, Alan Thomas Omori and John Doe, argue that the university’s failure to… Read More...

Speakers highlight the importance of news and education for incarcerated people

Perseverance while in prison can be difficult, said Donald Washington, Jr. in a webinar hosted by the university. Washington and Lawrence Bartley,  journalists at The Marshall Project—a nonprofit news organization about criminal justice in the… Read More...

University offers vaccines to all students

All students living on campus or in the Waltham area will be able to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine through the university’s pharmacy partner, according to emails sent by Morgen Bergman, COVID-19 Testing Program Director… Read More...
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