The Justice acquired case reports by various Brandeis police officers from the pro-Palestine demonstration.
The former mental institution has a controversial history, sparking discourse over the city’s renovation plans.
The day will consist of 14 unique lectures relating to Brandeis’ charged atmosphere regarding the war.
The Justice talked to Brandeis community members to gauge how the Israel-Hamas war has affected students’ security concerns on campus.
Three proposed motions have been approved to be sent out for faculty vote.
Community members gathered in Fellows Garden to reflect upon the shuttle accident that injured numerous students and killed one.
Former Director of Sustainability Mary Fischer left the role in September, raising questions about what comes next for sustainable initiatives at the University.
The Brown Social Science Center has undergone comprehensive repairs to meet ADA requirements and fix HVAC systems.
The Eleanor Roosevelt discussion explored the ethical boundaries of ethnography and the development of Black girlhood studies.
The incumbent mayor, Jeannette McCarthy, will enter her 20th year as Waltham mayor.
An emergency faculty meeting was held on Nov. 10 to discuss faculty response to the dechartering of SJP.
Multiple arrests at a pro-Palestine rally on Nov. 10 left students in shock.
Durham delves into his prolific career spanning multiple genres, from historical fiction to fantasy, and provides insight into his creative writing process.