As of this week, the updated edition of the Rights and Responsibilities handbook for the 2014 to 2015 academic year has been released to the Brandeis community.In an Oct.
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The Student Union Senate convened on Sunday to discuss matters related to clubs that have not filled out the University’s anti-hazing policy form.
Medical EmergencyOct. 13?University Police and BEMCo responded to a report of an unconscious student in the Village with a severe finger laceration.
The Princeton Review named Brandeis’ International Business School one of the top business schools in the country, as of Oct.
A Features article was unclear about how long Lisa Lynch will continue her duties as dean of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
Students will carry mattresses on Oct. 29 to support Emma Sulkowicz.
The University’s American Studies department held a screening of Edgar G. Ulmer’s classic B-movie film noir Detour (1945) yesterday, followed by a question-and-answer session with professor Noah Isenberg, the director of the Screen Studies program at Eugene Lang College.
‘The Paw Project,’ a 2013 documentary about declawing cats, was screened at the event.
A female bicyclist was hit by a BranVan at the intersection of Harvard and Main streets in Waltham at 7:20 p.m.
One of the female students said that she barely knew the male student who threatened her.
The history of activism to improve protocol at the University can be followed from the early 1980s.
Brandeis Bridges hosted Rabbi Bob Samuels ’54 to discuss the lives of Ethiopian Jews and challenges that members of the black Jewish community face.
Three doctors spoke about their research on the CRISPR-cas9 system and its applications to cancer research and various other scientific studies.
The positions of Foster Mods senator and Village senator were filled after a second special election.
A group of Massachusetts researchers at the United States Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center, including Brandeis alumnus Dr. Christopher Doona MA ’89 Ph.D.
The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department’s 11th annual lecture in the Roosevelt Lecture Series underscored the importance of addressing the issue of sexual assault on college campuses and proposed ways in which it could be addressed.
University faculty members held their monthly meeting to discuss a number of topics last Thursday.
On Sunday, the Student Union Senate held its weekly meeting.Senior Representative to the Board of Trustees Mohamed Sidique and Junior Representative to the Board of Trustees Grady Ward addressed the Senate and said that Wednesday and Thursday, they will be attending their first meeting with the Board of Trustees.
Medical EmergencyOct. 19?University Police and BEMCo responded to a report that a student in Ridgewood Quad had accidentally lacerated his finger with a razor blade.