The group continued their effort to raise awareness of Hindu, Sikh and Jain culture on campus during the event.
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Medical EmergencySept. 16?A faculty member in the Sachar International Center requested BEMCo to evaluate a female student who had fainted in his class.
Last Friday, a webpage showing a biography for Prof. Mary Baine Campbell (ENG) on the popular encyclopedia website Wikipedia was edited by one of the website’s users.
Administrators and faculty convened last Thursday for their first meeting of the year.
Protesters gathered outside of the Usdan Student Center to express their grievances.
The 2014 to 2015 Rights and Responsibilities handbook will bring several procedural changes.
Ambassador to the European Union Stuart E. Eizenstat spoke about founding the grant in honor of his late wife.
Several Senate positions were left vacant after the regularly scheduled election two weeks ago.
Prof. Antony Polonsky (NEJS) has been involved with The Polin Museum of History of Polish Jews since 2010.
As the Class of 2014 takes off their caps and gowns, each member of the graduating class leaves the school with unique experiences and personal understandings of what it means to be a Brandeis student.
The Special Examiner’s Process left the two students involved with concerns on the University’s protocol.
The University has hired Michael LaFarr to manage the Psychological Counseling Center and Health Center.
The University published a plan to address the concerns of Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence.
The former senior vice president for communications has taken a position at University of Missouri.
Goldstein said that he wishes to return to a career in academic medicine. He will assist the University in finding a new provost.
The Stein was also renovated, and Shawn Monaghan has taken over as general manager of dining.
In the aftermath of the controversy surrounding the University’s severance of its educational partnership with Al-Quds University last November, several members of the Brandeis community took to pubic forums to express their discontent with how the situation unfolded?including a longtime member of the advisory board of Brandeis’ International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, Michael Ratner ’66.On May 28, The Jewish Daily Forward’s website published an open letter from Ratner to University President Frederick Lawrence, announcing and explaining his resignation from the advisory board.
A University security officer was transported to the hospital on Aug. 5 after a Tupperware container on a stovetop melted and created a significant amount of smoke in Pomerantz Hall.The security officer was exposed to a moderate amount of smoke after a University staff member accidently melted a Tupperware container on a stovetop.
The University has replaced Barnes & Noble Booksellers with Follett to take over bookstore operations, Director of Strategic Procurement John Storti wrote in an email to the Justice. Storti wrote that the contract between Follett and the University is a 10-year agreement, and took effect in mid-July.
Brandeis is the third-ranked school among Paul D. Coverdell Fellows, according to a list released this summer by the Peace Corps.