A regular courseload for Jodie Austin, an adjunct professor in the English Department, is three courses—but it’s barely enough to make ends meet.
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On April 9, a student identified as “John Doe” opened a lawsuit against the University for allegedly mishandling a case against him in a Special Examiner’s Process last year.
On April 8, a jury of seven women and five men deliberated for 11 and a half hours before coming to a guilty verdict in the case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man accused of participating in the Boston Marathon bombing two years ago.
In response to the April 21, 2015 editorial “Reform sexual assault judicial practices” by the Justice Editorial Board: Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence would like to correct the misinformation provided and speak to the harm this editorial poses to survivors and our community.
Last Wednesday, a bill requiring the vaccination of all children in California moved forward in the state legislature.
Thirty-two million people tuned in to watch SK Telecom T1 issue the obligatory “good luck have fun” before obliterating Royal Club’s Nexus in the 2013 League of Legends World Championships.
After two years of study and debate, Brandeis University’s Exploratory Committee on Fossil Fuel Divestment has released its Final Report and Recommendations.
Last Wednesday, the Office of the Provost emailed the student body a link to a survey sponsored by the Provost’s office and the senior vice president for students and enrollment, entitled the “Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Violence.” This board endorses this survey as a positive step toward informed and meaningful action to combat sexual violence at Brandeis and urges the entire student body to participate before the survey ends tomorrow.
By the end of next week, students have the opportunity to respond to the Brandeis Labor Coalition’s “Just Employment Policy” in a referendum vote that decides if the Student Union will support the policy in front of the administration.
Last Tuesday, President Obama called for “a full, frank and just acknowledgement” by the Turkish government that this year marks a century following what Obama called the “massacres of Armenians.” Beginning on April 24, 1915, the Ottoman Turks ordered the deportation of Christian Armenians for fear of their potential alliance with Russia during World War I, leading to the deaths of some 1.5 million.
As graduation draws near, I would hate to depart this special community with unshared feelings. With the intention of originally molding my thoughts into a commencement speech, I’ve turned to writing this Op-Ed as a reflection on my past four years as a scholar, peer and champion of our university. I want to begin with a modification of what has become an international iconic expression of individuality and a celebration of diversity and free expression:Je suis Brandeis.
On April 21, Brandeis Conservatives tabled in Usdan to facilitate discussion on federal government spending and increase political critical thinking.
In response to your question in “Views on the News: Armenian Genocide” (Apr. 28):When a U.S.
Behind the barbed wires, one can see the image of something reminiscent of a former time—a concentration camp.
With the 2015 Commencement ceremony now behind us, this board wishes to commemorate and deeply thank the newest alumni from the Justice.
Among the most meaningful aspects of graduation season are the collective good wishes and farewells that the more permanent members of the Brandeis community send off to those soon-to-be-alumni whom they have come to know over the years.
I don’t understand why everyone was so upset about the death of Cecil. Okay, let me rephrase that: I don’t understand why everyone was blindly upset about the death of Cecil.
Government…what’s it good for? Turns out, not much. The latest evidence supporting that notion is the disaster caused by the Environmental Protection Agency.In early August, the EPA, the supreme protectors of the environment that they are, single-handedly jeopardized the life of an entire river and the networks to which it connects.
hortly after I finished my study abroad in Ireland, the country became the first to legalize same-sex marriage by popular referendum, and the government passed the most liberal gender identity law in the European Union.
Action was announced between the P5+1 countries and Iran on July 14, President Barack Obama has faced stiff opposition to the deal that he hopes will constitute his foreign policy legacy.As such, it is understandable that he tries, arms swinging, to reassure the American people and Congress that the deal curbs the Iranian nuclear threat.