Medical EmergencyJuly 19?University Police requested an ambulance for a voluntary psychiatric transport to the hospital from the Faculty Center Lodge.
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Aafia Siddiqui’s Ph.D. ’01 name appeared in a ransom note sent to American journalist James Foley’s family.
Prof. Eric Chasalow (MUS), a former chair of the Music department, replaced Prof. Mick Watson (PSYC) as the dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in July, according to a BrandeisNOW article posted on July 1.
Prof. Jane Kamensky (HIST) left the University after 20 years. A new department chair was selected.
The University’s switch from using Canon to Xerox led to an outcry regarding employee job security and benefits.
The Board of Trustees will now incorporate a committee intended to oversee library and technology services.
The Department of Community Living hired a new director, who took over on Aug. 11.
Amid what some experts are calling epidemic levels of opioid abuse in New England, researchers at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management have joined forces with several state governors to search for a solution.
Associate Professor Emerita of Art History Elaine P. Loeffler passed away on Feb. 5 of this year at the Hattie Ide Chaffee Home in East Providence, R.I.
In order to promote interdisciplinary undergraduate research in the sciences, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute awarded one million dollars to Prof.
This past summer, Israel launched a military campaign within the Gaza Strip, responding to Hamas rocket fire and the kidnappings and deaths of three Israeli teenagers.
The Student Union is considering multiple short-term solutions to the University’s limited parking facilities in lieu of a parking garage.
The Student Union Dining Committee will meet with Sodexo in order to create palatable dining options.
Emails from the private “Concerned” listserv were revealed to the public, causing contention.
Arthur Cohen donated to the Annual Fund and scholarships and established a reserve room in the Farber Library.
University benefactor Sylvia Hassenfeld dedicated her time to campaign for funds, which went toward scholarships.
Dean of Students Jamele Adams revealed several adjustments on sexual assault policy to the Justice.
The company has been accused of adjusting employee classifications, affecting benefits.
On Aug. 27, East Quad residents received an email from Community Development Coordinator Vincent Scarfo detailing another incident of an individual peering into the showers.
Thursday not only welcomed students into the classroom as the first day of classes, but students also received a view of the ongoing construction project.