Behar's photos emulate themes of motherhood, domesticity, and transience.
The BLU protested for three hours as U.S. Marines attempted to recruit Brandeis students.
As more students seek off-campus housing, costs of living rise, and ultimately produce gaps in affordability that the community is unable to meet.
The shuttle, which was paused in the wake of the November accident, is slated to return with improvements and safety precautions.
Over the break, Upper Usdan received a "facelift," allowing students to customize their meals and order in person for the first time since before the pandemic.
Students shared their opinions about the additional day off for Passover.
The Justice spoke with PAD and Student Union leaders about their latest endeavor to provide complimentary, campus-wide pads and tampons.
The community gathered on Dec. 6 to remember Vanessa’s life, light, humor, and kindness.
During the Nov. 18 lecture, Prof. Arboleda encouraged students to consider the counterproductive implications of modern sustainability initiatives in urban design.
The club has been resurrected after a COVID-induced hiatus to provide Brandeis artists with creative directories, workshops, and access to resources.
The showcase included a competition, and innovations ranged from digital tokens to water purification tools.
Brandeis Journalism department hosted Josh Prager and Margaret Talbot to discuss the culture of abortion journalism and more.
The company recently agreed to give workers two extra paid days off to use during Thanksgiving break, but has not agreed to let workers’ use their accrued vacation time before this summer.