The [Re]Commencement ceremony honored graduates from the classes of 2020 and 2021, and the ceremony featured a variety of speakers.
Topics of democracy and resilience were among the major themes of the 2022 ceremony.
The Justice spoke with Ruth Maffa of the Office of Institutional Advancement, and Esther Feldberg, a member of one of the University’s founding families, on the renovation of an on-campus space.
The Union recapped their achievements from the past semester and discussed their plans for the future.
Many students attended protests, and the Politics dept. hosted a discussion about the leaked draft and its implications.
Zelenskyy discussed how American universities can support the rebuilding of the Ukrainian education system.
Over a dozen administrators and department heads have left or planned to leave the University over the course of the academic year
The newest Brandeis dining vendor is highly anticipated, but with an air of caution.
The week-long series of events aimed to educate students and celebrate the Earth.
The scholarship will fund education for refugees fleeing Ukraine and other countries experiencing war.
The Holocaust Remembrance Committee hosted multiple events and programming for the week of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The Massachusetts state senator came to speak at an event hosted by the Brandeis Democrats.
A software called DALPy was created by two undergraduate students, and will assist teaching, testing, and grading at the University.
Four representatives came together to speak on how their various religions approach menstruation.