This weekend, families participated in a variety of activities and spent time with students, faculty, and administrators.
Students and dining staff gathered to protest a variety of concerns; Harvest Table management and University admin stood nearby.
The School of Arts and Sciences recently rolled out several new initiatives to retain faculty of color and increase faculty diversity, working with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to recognize this critical work.
Anderson was awarded the Gittler Prize and spoke to students about her research and books at a variety of events.
Fellow alumni, family, and friends of Barbra Barth Feldman '86 gathered for a dedication ceremony.
The University held its annual day of donations on Thursday, Oct. 6, raising nearly $900,000.
The Justice spoke with administrators leading the University’s COVID-19 response to better understand recent changes to policies.
The project, set to begin late 2023, will include expansions, renovations, and a sprawling outdoor space.
Fellows Garden was packed with students obtaining absentee ballots and registering to vote.
Warner spoke about her most recent book and the lessons she took away from the project.
Porsha Olayiwola, the Brandeis Jacob Ziskind Poet-in-Residence read her poems and held a Q&A session.
Brandeis Prof. Charles Golden (ANTH) has been part of a team working to excavate an ancient Mayan ruin.
The Student Union partnered with e-pharmacy Capsule to deliver over-the-counter and prescription medications to University students.
The police were called on Brandeis Leftist Union members who were protesting, alongside a dozen dining workers, the abrupt firing of Kevintz Merisier.