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.
The firing of a beloved dining hall worker sparked outrage and uproar, and prompted a petition.
Students expressed frustration about the lack of transparency of COVID-19 cases, amongst other concerns.
Students voted in the fall semester elections on Sept. 14.
The highly-anticipated event hosted by Chabad brought together students from all backgrounds to take part in the spirit of Shabbat.
Brandeis devoted this year to deepening the Brandeis community’s understanding of climate change as a social justice issue.
The Justice asked students what they think of the transition to Harvest Table. Here are some of the responses.
Embassy Cinema opened in 1928. On Monday, Aug. 5, the almost century-old Waltham staple, once advertised as “Waltham’s Wonder Theatre,” closed its doors for good.
The Justice spoke to current Union members about the upcoming elections.
The new editors discuss their time at the Justice, goals for the year, and highlights of their experience in the newsroom.
The opening event featured a discussion between prominent professors and researchers on generally overlooked topics in the region.
Generous philanthropy from alumni strengthens Brandeis departments and reflects the significance of Brandeis culture post-graduation.
The Justice spoke with the current PAD advocacy chair to discuss their initiative and varying roadblocks.