DEVIATING INTERESTS: Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro ’91 compared Israeli and American national interests.
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DIGNITY: Jean Jean’s film highlights the difficulty of maintaining one’s dignity in a life dictated by changing immigration policies.
Citing a wish to remain apolitical, Brandeis Hillel has decided not to release a statement against Hillel International’s endorsement of Kenneth Marcus, President Donald Trump’s nominee for assistant secretary for Civil Rights in the Department of Education.
At noon on Wednesday — exactly one month after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida — hundreds of students assembled around Chapels Pond, choosing to stand in solidarity with victims and silently call for reforms to gun control policies.
In the hours just before the polls opened last night, candidates for the open Student Union Executive Board positions debated one another. In the debate, which was moderated by representatives from The Brandeis Hoot and the Justice, candidates addressed constituents, upholding their respective platforms and vying for students’ votes.
Wednesday night was standing-room-only in the Napoli Trophy Room of the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center as entrepreneurs, investors and anyone interested in innovation gathered for the Brandeis-hosted Mass Innovation Night.
Brandeis MakerLab held its fifth annual Printathon, a 24-hour innovative event in which students come together and compete to design a 3D- printed project, last weekend.
While 70 to 100 million Americans donate to food charities every year, the anti-hunger movement has remained stagnant for more than 20 years, said activist and author Andrew Fisher. In his talk on Thursday, Fisher had students consider what happens beyond donating to food charities and discussed how the U.S. emergency food system perpetuates hunger.
Jumpstarting the 2018-2019 housing process, the Department of Community Living released room selection numbers for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors on Wednesday morning. However, shortly after the numbers were announced by email, the system experienced technical difficulties, creating confusion in the initial moments after the numbers were made available.
ENTREPRENEURS: Brandeis community members presented startups they helped create at Wednesday’s showcase event.
OPPOSING VIEWS: Vice presidential candidates Benedikt Reynolds ’19 and Aaron Finkel ’20 debated policies on Monday night.
REMEMBRANCE: Students gathered at Chapels Pond to remember the victims of the Parkland high school shooting on Wednesday.
In today’s Student Union election, 13 candidates compete for seven open seats on the Student Union Executive Board. This is the first of two rounds of spring elections, with students competing to fill the positions of Union president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, as well as representatives to the Board of Trustees, the Brandeis Sustainability Fund and the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. The candidates spoke to the Justice about their prior experiences and the goals they would pursue if elected.
More than 70 archers attended the Brandeis Archery Club’s annual Shamrock Shoot on Saturday, a historic turnout. Boston-area archers of all ages gathered to compete in the tournament, which also served as a fundraiser for the Archery Club.
Today marks the first day of spring, yet Waltham may be hit by the fourth incoming nor’easter tomorrow through Thursday. Whether the storm will bring heavy precipitation, winds or anything at all is yet to be determined.
The Senate convened for its weekly meeting on Sunday to discuss probationary club rules and constitutional amendments.
For civil rights attorney Vanita Gupta, the future of American human and civil rights reform lies in one simple word: hope. Even as the Trump administration backpedals on years of legislation and civil rights protections, hope will drive reform, Gupta asserted in a lecture last Tuesday.
Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation and Creative Writing students now have a space to relax, be inspired and create on campus, following Monday’s opening of the CAST Resource Room in the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life.
Student Union members gathered in Cholmondeley’s Coffee House to discuss relevant issues with constituents and enjoy tea party refreshments during a coffeehouse on Thursday night.