Medical EmergencyMar. 15—A party in North Quad reported rolling their ankle playing soccer.
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Last Tuesday, Prof. Jonathan D. Sarna ’75 (NEJS) released his newest book, Lincoln and the Jews: A History.
The faculty meeting last Thursday addressed concerns about next year’s university budget.
Several student groups faced issues of space constraints, including the Women’s Resource Center.
Operations have been suspended at Chum’s following concerns about a safety incident last week.
Former United Nations ambassador Thomas R. Pickering will be the 2015 Commencement keynote speaker, according to a press release issued by the University on Monday. The honorary degree recipients will be ballerina and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet Suzanne Farrell, writer Jamaica Kincaid, chef and restauranteur Yotam Ottolenghi and poet and literary critic Helen Vendler.Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Bill Schaller wrote in the press release that “In honoring Ambassador Pickering…Brandeis highlights the value of working together for the betterment of mankind.” This is the first time since at least 1972 that more honorary degree recipients have been women than men, according to a March 10, 2014 letter from the Women’s and Gender Studies program.
The Senate amended bylaws.
Medical EmergencyMar. 23—A party in Ziv Quad reported something was stuck on the bottom of their foot.
Following interim priest Father Dan Moloney’s appointment to a different location, Allison Cornelisse, a member of the Brandeis Catholic community, will be temporarily coordinating the University’s Sunday Mass, according to an email sent to the Catholic Student Organization by Chaplaincy Department Administrator Ellie Afienko on Friday.
The Coalition Against Anti-Semitism in Europe launched with a vigil for persecuted Jews in Europe.
The Board of Trustees has approved the 2016 fiscal year budget, which includes a 3.7 percent increase in tuition charges for students for the upcoming year, according to an email from University President Frederick to the University community on Monday afternoon.
During its monthly meeting, the Board of Trustees discussed the University’s future finances and leadership.
The founder of the conservative news website Truth Revolt discussed what he views as liberalism’s shortcomings.
Yesterday, former Director of the Rose Art Museum Michael Rush passed away at the age of 66 after battling pancreatic cancer for two years.
On Saturday, Relay for Life held its annual relay event in Gosman Sports and Convocation Center, raising $54,000 for the American Cancer Society.
The University has seen over a five percent increase in applications for the upcoming 2015-2016 academic year, according to Dean of Admissions Jennifer Walker.
Ambassador Dennis Ross visited campus to speak on Israeli elections and the future of peace in the region.
Students voted to fill the remaining vacant Student Union seats for the 2015-2016 academic year.
The Senate discussed University labor practices in its final meeting of the year.
Medical EmergencyMar. 29—A party in Shapiro Residence Hall reported having a fish bone caught in their throat.