Event organizers invited several notable alumni and scholars in the field of social policy to speak on campus.
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The director of student rights and community standards accepted a job at Amherst College for this year.
The sexual assault services and prevention specialist went on academic leave for the semester to finish her doctoral dissertation.
At the Rose Art Museum’s annual opening reception on Thursday, the unveiling of the museum’s newest attraction?a newly commissioned outdoor installation called the “Light of Reason”?was delayed by a group of student protesters.
Medical EmergencySept. 8?A party in Scheffres Hall requested BEMCo for a past knee injury.
This week, the Student Union Senate heard proposals from three clubs?two seeking name and constitution changes and one seeking recognition and chartering.
Undergraduates gathered in Sherman Function Hall on Monday night to air their grievances with dining operations on campus in an open forum hosted by the Student Union Senate Dining Committee.
A News article titled “Elections for new senators to take place on Thursday” stated that Annie Abrams ’17 and Stephanie Weinstein ’17 did not respond by press time.
The coffeehouse has not had a food permit since 2012. Student Activities Specialist Robert Steinberg has filed for a new permit.
The University announced on Sept. 24 that it is in the process of selling the Brandeis House Alumni Club of New York, a property on the Upper East Side at 12 East 77th Street, that has been used to host alumni events.In an email sent to New York-area alumni obtained by the Justice, University President Frederick Lawrence wrote that Brandeis House is too small to accommodate the growing number of alumni in the area, which, at around 11,000 people, is the largest it has ever been.He wrote that the building has also been underutilized in the past years as a result of its location, small room configuration, limited technological infrastructure and inaccessibility for people with physical disabilities.
Four vacant Senate seats were filled after a special eleciton was held on Sept. 23. The Village and Mods seats remain vacant.
Sigma Alpha Mu will join a consortium of fraternities to implement the Fraternity Health and Safety Initiative.
Faculty and staff will have to complete both an online and in-person sexual harassment training.
Rev. Gustavo Gutiérrez, founder of Liberation Theology and social activist, was this year’s Gittler Prize recipient.
Nearly 50 Brandeis students protested in New York City two weekends ago to bring attention to issues of climate change and climate justice.
Prof. Dan Perlman (BIOL), associate provost for innovation and education, will be directing the center.
The Board of Trustees approved Lynch for the position, which she will take over on Oct. 29.
Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama described the misconceptions of Africa as primitive and its potential.
The Senate convened this past Sunday and Sunday, Sept. 28 to recognize clubs and discuss several topics, such as committee formation.
Medical EmergencySept. 28?Police and BEMCo responded to a report of a party with a sports-related elbow injury on the athletic fields outside of the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center.