Students discussed what they would like to see in the ideal CDO candidate.
Sexual assault survivors and supporters shared stories at the annual Take Back the Night march.
The city of Waltham Historical Commission stalled the University’s plans to demolish part of the Usen Castle and build a new dormitory in its place at a hearing on Monday night.
100 years after he was appointed, scholars analyzed Brandeis’ treatment of labor issues.
The proposed changes would decrease the number of marathon sessions and streamline the process.
George Perrot's rape conviction was overturned after investigative journalism conducted by the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism helped identify flaws in his trial and conviction.
After passing an amendment to add seats to the Allocations Board, the student body voted on two of the new representatives.
Students voted on Friday to institute a new amendment that will change the A-Board composition.
Giveaways and “swag” were severely limited during the first round of fall allocations for club budgets.
In an email sent out to club leaders, the Allocations Board announced that it cut funding for several clubs.