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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...

In the Senate, April 18

Brandeis Democrats sent in their Constitution with changes to the Senate for approval. The motion passed by acclamation.  The Rules Committee reported that they discussed bylaws, five of which were introduced at the meeting. The… Read More...

In the Senate, April 11

Student Union Vice President Krupa Sourirajan ’23 announced that executive board members will be coming to the Senate for their next meeting, where they will also present the Union budget. Various members of the senior… Read More...

Univ. encourages community to seek options for vaccination

The university announced that they are trying to provide vaccines to the community directly, but community members should look for an alternative way to get vaccinated, wrote Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs… Read More...

Liebowitz contract extended for five years

The Board of Trustees has extended President Ron Liebowitz’s contract for another five years, according to a press release sent to the Brandeis community on April 9. The Board of Trustees stated “strong support for… Read More...

Heller student named plaintiff in class action lawsuit against U.S. Department of Education

Tristan Campbell (GRAD), a student at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, was one of 33 named plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education with hopes to eliminate… Read More...

Panelists discuss combating COVID-19 together

Panelists discussed the economics of the COVID-19 pandemic in relation to global organizations like the International Monetary Fund (IMF), United Nations (UN) and the World Bank in a webinar on March 24. Olaf Unteroberdörster MS… Read More...

Eighth annual Mandel Lecture in the Humanities Series

Dr. Daphne Brooks discussed protest music in America and the struggle for Black freedom at the eighth annual Mandel Lectures in the Humanities Series at Brandeis University. Brooks spoke on the work and legacy of… Read More...

COVID-19 updates: closure of admissions testing sites, travel quarantine exemptions, in-person tours resume

The Shapiro Admissions Center testing site will be closed starting April 1, according to an email sent to the Brandeis community on March 29 by Morgen Bergman, COVID-19 Testing Program Director and Assistant Provost for… Read More...

Students discuss anti-Asian racism at Brandeis and beyond

Students and faculty members discussed Anti-Asian racism that they’ve experienced in order to expand campus inclusivity to the Asian community on campus in a panel hosted by the Student Union on March 28. The panelists… Read More...
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