The Commonwealth of Massachusetts denies formal investigation of company following two major power surges in Waltham; city councilors and mayor disagree.
The jury awarded the plaintiff $2.46 million in a lawsuit against Brandeis.
After months of investigation, the University shared the causes behind November’s devastating shuttle accident.
The decision has been met with backlash from many members of the Brandeis community.
The Justice sat down with Dean Shoulson to get an idea of what to expect from the School of Arts and Sciences moving forward.
At its 72nd Commencement Ceremony, Brandeis welcomed a number of accomplished members of the community and outside guests to give remarks to the graduating Class of 2023.
The Brandeis Gender and Sexuality Center celebrated the academic achievements of LGBTQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students.
Brandeis graduate students elaborate on difficulty affording food, housing, and transportation.
Essential peer support organizations explain the inconvenience associated with relocations due to the new SCC enhancement plan.
Former Union President Peyton Gillespie ’25 welcomed the new administration and recapped the semester’s activities in the State of the Union.
President Liebowitz and Univ. admin holds listening session to provide a forum about housing concerns
Students raised questions to President Liebowitz and other administrators about housing options for next year.
Univ. President Ron Liebowitz presented a reflection on Brandeis' history and future goals in honor of the University's 75th anniversary in the face of a protest.
The free period product initiative's organizers created a petition to draw attention to administration's lack of willingness to fund their popular program.
Harvest Table shared information about its new all-access meal plans for fall 2023, which sparked dissatisfaction among many students.
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.