At a Deis Impact event last Saturday, a student panel discussed the stigma often associated with mental health issues and the related consequences.
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Students voted in the election last Thursday but filled only two of the four open positions. Another round will be held this week.
The most recent faculty meeting included a discussion between student representatives and faculty about the need to address racism among the Brandeis community.
Lawrence's five-year presidency has included both contentious issues and University improvements.
The tenure process for University faculty has been questioned by some for having a history of being lengthy, secretive and without clear guidelines.
The University President announced he is resigning after a five-year presidency.
On Wednesday evening, students and faculty gathered to discuss the impact of social justice in education during “What Does Social Justice Mean in Modern Education,” which took place as part of ’DEIS Impact.
Amidst rumors of closure due to structural instability, Vice President for Operations James Gray announced that the Castle will remain open and will be included in next year's housing lottery.
Alan Khazei, co-founder of City Year and CEO of Be The Change, Inc., gave the keynote address at the fourth annual 'Deis Impact festival of social justice.
On Sunday night, the Senate convened for its weekly meeting to discuss the chartering of clubs and the allocation of Senate funds.
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Non-tenure track faculty, including instructors, lecturers and adjunct professors, express plans for unionization as the number of tenure-track positions are reduced.
Last Wednesday, the #BrandeisIsOurHouse campaign hosted a series of speakers and performers in Levin Ballroom sharing their positive experiences within the Brandeis community.
Fr. Daniel Moloney says Mass on a trial basis as University looks to remodel structure of Catholic chaplaincyTate Herbert
Following Father Walter Cuenin's departure from the University, Father Daniel Moloney has begun saying Mass on a trial basis.
Last Friday, University President Frederick Lawrence announced his resignation.
Brandeis Athletics Department Administrator Vanessa Cox succumbed to injuries sustained in a car accident on Thursday night.
Senate charters two new clubs and discusses upcoming elections
Students elected two new quad senators, but abstained from voting for the position of secretary.
Yesterday morning, Brandeis was named one of ten educational institutions on the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education’s list of the Ten Worst Colleges for Free Speech in 2014.
The Psychological Counseling Center has hired student volunteers for the first time to improve outreach.