To clarify about a news article about threats made towards several female students on campus, Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel wrote in an email to the Justice that the student who reportedly made threats has been “in a secured location under supervision since being removed from campus.” The University administration is “closely monitoring the situation with all of those involved, and we understand that this individual will remain in protective custody for the foreseeable future.
Use the field below to perform an advanced search of The Justice archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
How much energy the “Light of Reason” is using, and how much it costs, has come into question.
The results of the current Title IX investigation could range from revamping protocol to loss in funding.
Professor Emerita Marty Krauss will be the interim dean of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
After serving the city of Boston for 20 years, former Mayor Thomas Menino passed away on the morning of Oct.
Medical EmergencyOct. 27?A caller reported that a party had collapsed at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management due to severe abdominal pain.
The Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society argued a referendum ballot measure about casino laws.
Kay Wilson spoke on Tuesday about how she survived her attack and the emotional impact of the assault.
Junior and Senior Representatives to the Board, Grady Ward ’16 and Mohamed Sidique ’15, discussed their first Board of Trustees meeting last week.
The University has formed a committee to help search for a manager of on-campus sustainability programs.
Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence organized a march in support of Columbia student Emma Sulkowicz.
Adjunct Professor William J. Leahy gave a talk as a part of the 30th annual Guberman Lecture series last night.
Howard Eiland discussed critical theorist Walter Bejamin and reality as a palimpsest on Thursday.
Medical EmergencyNov. 2?A male in Massell Quad reportedly injured himself.
Student Union President Sneha Walia ’15 began the weekly Senate meeting by saying that she will be working on compiling notes and responses from the Student Union Round Table last Wednesday, which she will confirm with the administrators who were present, and send to the student body in a newsletter.
A News article incorrectly identified Ava Blustein as a member of the Class of 2016. She is, in fact, a member of the Class of 2015.
The University Archives and Special Collections also received a donation of historical photographs of figures such as Malcolm X.
Fareda Banda discussed international law and the challenges presented for women around the world.
Joseph Shipman Ph.D.’91 wrote an article on proofs that was selected to be included in the 2014 edition of ‘The Best Writing on Mathematics.’
Students at the Library Party hosted by Student Events were trying to force their way in to the party.