During "Sleep Week," Brandeis students were encouraged to practice self-care and given tips to improve their health and manage stress.
Mock Trial's new anti-bias training was put into practice during their Saturday tournament.
In part two of a series about politics at Brandeis, the Justice spoke with three clubs about their ideological leanings and policy priorities.
As part of its experimental “Work-Life Choice Challenge,” Microsoft Japan closed its offices every Friday of August 2019, but still paid their employees for a five-day work week, and reported a nearly 40% jump in productivity. Additionally, the company found that the policy helped cut down on electricity usage and preserved a significant number of office resources such as printer paper and drinking water. What should other employers learn from this experiment? Given these results, do you think that a four-day workweek should be implemented on a larger scale?
In February, Charles River Senator Oliver Price ’20 plans to introduce an amendment to the Union Constitution that would allow certain members of secured clubs to be paid. According to a Nov. 5 Justice article, the amendment would give secured clubs the opportunity to request a wage-eligible status. Wage-eligible clubs could then petition the Allocations Board, which would decide whether or not club members would be paid, which select members would be paid and how much those members would earn. Though this board sees both potential benefits and potential downsides to implementing this amendment, we do not approve of its passage as it stands.
What does it mean to be diverse in 2019? The word has slowly integrated itself into conversations regarding the workplace and university populace. However, are the people involved in these conversations genuinely concerned with the homogeneous environment workplaces and universities have created, or rather how they will be perceived in this tumultuous time in American society?
The Brandeis women’s soccer team ended their season with a win, improving their record to 11–7.
After a rough season, the Brandeis men’s soccer team ended their season with a 2–0 victory over New York University on Saturday.
Arts & Culture
“Night for Africa” is important, because it represents a part of the Brandeis community that does not always get the representation it deserves. It is great that BASO can help share the beauty of Africa with Brandeis.
On Nov. 12, Campus Activity Board hosted their annual Fall Flex concert. The concert featured performances by DJ Ekenomics, Social House, Sage the Gemini and Cash Cash.
Through music, Eissenberg, Gamin Kang and the “MusicUnitesUS” project hopes to bring attention to this unforgotten history and provoke a peaceful future from there.