President Ron Liebowitz, keynote speaker Bryan Stevenson and student speakers addressed the graduating class.
The Senate finished the semester with a vote to approve the chartering of two new clubs and a discussion on a proposed student leader payment program.
Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center hosts discussion of transformative justice in higher education
Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center invited speakers from Brown University to discuss transformative justice and its potential benefits for the Brandeis community.
The Student Union reviewed its constitution after a three-year period and voted on 33 proposed amendments.
The Psychology department released a DEI survey and announced plans to review the results this summer.
Chief Diversity Officer Brimhall-Vargas accepts new position at Fenway Health and will be leaving the University in the summer
Brimhall-Vargas announced he will be departing from the University to take on the role of Executive Vice President for Racial Equity and Social Justice at Fenway Health.
Members of the Brandeis community read names and tributes for individuals who have passed away in the past year.
Talton expressed a longing to return to the “radical politics” of the 1980s.
Organizers discussed the results of the spring 2019 Campus Climate Survey.
The Student Union declared five bylaw amendments and confirmed the $53,000 budget for fiscal year 2022.
COVID-19 vaccines were made available to students by appointment on April 19.
Senators asked administrators questions about mental health services, anti-racism efforts, campus dining and more.
The in-person celebration included activities, giveaways and snacks to mark the formal establishment of the state of Israel.
The bylaw amendments consider candidate endorsements, office hours, attendance and campaigns.
Students were elected to serve on the Student Union for the upcoming academic year.
The recent launch of Workday Student is part of a multiphase rollout process to be completed this fall.