Prof. Yael Alweil presented her research on the history of housing in Israel-Palestine to explain housing’s role in nation-state making.
Unsecured clubs have been asked to move out of their spaces following recently-announced reimagination plans for the SCC.
Student Union Allocations Board publicizes Marathon decision, 1.4 million dollars distributed in club funding
The Justice spoke to A-board co-chairs and club leaders regarding the process that left clubs across campus less than 60% funded, on average.
A look at the history of the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Lab and how it has changed over the years.
The Legal Studies Department hosted a discussion with Michael Waldman, a constitutional lawyer and writer.
The town hall included remarks from the ODEI's five constituent offices and shared initial insights from the climate survey conducted last semester.
Brandeis students constantly get emails about Student Union elections. Why are there so many and what do they accomplish?
The student petition to renovate Gosman general weight room has reached a large audience of students, faculty, and alumni.
After popularizing their petition, students protested housing in front of visitors on Admitted Students Day.
Brandeis community partakes in 9th annual “Take Back the Night” march across campus.
The Office of Sustainability hosted a clothing swap to spread awareness about the fast fashion clothing sector's environmental impacts.
The event, hosted by the Center for German and European Studies, featured a variety of speakers, panels, and a book launch.
The lecture covered topics such as the intersection between reproductive and disability justice, the rise of eugenicist language in the U.S., and the legacy of disability activists.
Students with disabilities wrote a petition to advocate for their previously promised housing accommodations.
Hana Klempnauer Miller '25 advocated for funding for the new ramp, but her goals to address disability concerns won't stop there.