The event examined the love story and letters between a Nazi philosopher and a German Jewish political theorist.
The SipChip devices will be able to test for six common date-rape drugs in cold beverages.
The Community Engagement group discussed the current climate situation and plans for the future.
Brandeis students joined activists at institutions across the country for Fossil Fuel Divestment Day.
The plan’s approval will jumpstart the University’s ‘‘strategic vision’’ for the future.
Travel to Italy, Iran, South Korea and mainland China is now restricted in response to the coronavirus.
After the screening, a panel discussed the Jewish diaspora in Latin America.
Blood loss prevention kits were installed in six locations and BEMCo will train students to use them.
Laurel Nakadate showed her video projects and photos about dance and the human body.
Dr. Adrienne Keene discussed students’ connection to activism after protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Musician and composer Henri Lazarof M.A. ’59 has been honored with an international composition award.
Students must now request plastic straws, part of a larger campus sustainability effort.
The Student Union prepared for its special election for Community and International Senator positions.
Students expressed concern about the administration’s new protest policy and unequal treatment of protesters.