Brandeis Journalism department hosted Josh Prager and Margaret Talbot to discuss the culture of abortion journalism and more.
The company recently agreed to give workers two extra paid days off to use during Thanksgiving break, but has not agreed to let workers’ use their accrued vacation time before this summer.
The week-long series of events included cultural shows, foreign-language dinners, and a “Global Bazaar.”
Harvest Table and Student Financial Services respond to concerns regarding student employment opportunities.
The Justice has compiled a summary of the updates Brandeis Administration has provided to the community over the last two weeks.
Brandeis religious organizations hosted multiple events for students and other Brandeis community members in the wake of Saturday’s tragic shuttle crash.
Below is a list of resources available to students, faculty, and staff at Brandeis for anyone who needs support at this time.
A Boston/Cambridge shuttle crashed on Saturday night, resulting in one fatality and leaving dozens wounded.
Brandeis hosted a panel that focused on the events leading up to the Israeli elections and the potential aftermath of the results.
The Justice spoke to various fraternities at Brandeis to hear more about the operational reforms they’ve initiated since the incidents.
After a highly publicized run in March 2022, the matchmaking service has returned to campus for a second round of romance facilitation.
Two women, one of them a teenage girl, came to the police with allegations, but it is unclear if the attacks were committed by the same person.
Dr. Heather Hendershot visited Brandeis to discuss her new book, which details the protests and how they affected the public’s view of the media.
The Nov. 1 dinner featured discussions on environmental justice challenges specific to Massachusetts.