The Waltham City Council voted against seizing Stigmatine Fathers and Brothers’ 46-acre property by eminent domain on May 15, according to a Waltham Patch article from the same date.
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David Weil, an expert in labor market policy, will become the next dean of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, the University announced in a Thursday press release.
17 Faculty members were award experiential learning grants ranging from $50 to $5,000.
The May 3 ceremony marked the end of David Herbstritt’s ’17 term and the beginning of Jacob Edelman’s ’18.
The faculty met on Friday and conferred degrees during their last meeting of the academic year.
2017 honorary degree recipients
The University’s Phi Beta Kappa Mu Chapter of Massachusetts inducted 99 students in a ceremony welcoming family and friends on Saturday.The graduating Class of 2017 holds 100 PBK members total, including nine students who were elected as juniors.
On May 10, part-time faculty agreed upon a contract with the University administration.
On May 2, Brandeis became the first Boston-area college to have grad student unionization.
Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella gave the commencement address .
Friends of Eduardo Keane '14 M.S. '15 are raising money to help his family cover medical bills after a near-deadly fall in Thailand.
Director of Public Safety Ed Callahan addressed improvements to be made to emergency notification following the bomb threat.
Following the events occurring in Charlottesville, Va., debates over the presence of Confederate monuments in public spaces have intensified.
Medical EmergencyMay 22—A party in Ridgewood Quad reported a laceration on their hand. University Police transported the party to an urgent care facility for further care. May 24—A party reported a scratch on their hand.
Student Union President Jacob Edelman ’20 announced his executive board appointees, all of whom the Senate unanimously approved.The appointees present at the meeting gave a brief description of their goals for the year.
University reopens with upgrades and replacements across campus residential and administrative facilities
This summer, the University’s campus underwent significant renovations both internally and externally.
The Department of Student Rights and Community Standards released student conduct code amendments.
University administrators welcomed first-year students and their friends and university to the new school year.
Shrestha Singh was appointed as Hindu Advisor by the Multifaith Chaplaincy early last month.
An influx of packages and a data error on Xerox’s part contributed to a backlog of packages last week.