Jessica Lowell was among the 29 Black Lives Matter protesters who were arrested last week.
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The Albert Einstein Society has selected Stanley Deser, the Ancell Professor of Physics, Emeritus, along with Charles Misner of the University of Maryland, to receive the prestigious Einstein Medal for their work on Einstein’s theory of general relativity, according to a Jan.
Professor leaves Brandeis after 16 years to pioneer new sociology department at Washington University.
Dr. Roy DeBerry '70 delivered the keynote address at the 10th annual MLK Memorial.
Professors express concern over freedom of speech on campus in the aftermath of Listserv leak.
Brandeis faculty members discussed new film Selma and its portrayal of race relations and the Civil Rights movement in a panel on Thursday night.
Medical Emergency Jan.
Feminist video game blogger Anita Sarkeesian will visit the University on Feb. 9 as the speaker at the Martin Weiner Lecture in Computer Science.
Hundreds turn out for the funeral of Dr. Michael Davidson, a Boston doctor who was killed on Tuesday by the son of a patient.
The University's Library and Technology Services added two new online services now available for use.
Waltham police are still searching for five unidentified suspects who committed three different robberies in the past week.
The University and the rest of the Boston area are preparing for a massive blizzard expected to hit the northeast Monday night.
The University installed temporary speed bumps this week on Loop Road as part of a pilot plan to reduce traffic accidents.
At a meeting last Wednesday, the Board discussed issues of free speech on campus, the forthcoming draft of a financial and strategic plan and online education.
Senate charters clubs and addresses election concerns
Provost Lisa Lynch will serve as the interim president, beginning July 1.
Medical EmergencyJan. 25—A staff member in the Gosman Sports and Recreation Center reported a party took a serious fall with a serious injury to their leg and requested an ambulance.
The entire Northeast was hit with a massive blizzard last week, named “Juno,” that dumped over two feet of snow in Massachusetts and closed the University for over 48 hours.
A Deis Impact event hosted by the University Business Program last week explored social entrepreneurship.
The University is hiring students as peer advocates to work at the Rape Crisis Center, which opens March 2.