The Justice helps clarify the complicated and often fraught housing selection process.
Former Orientation Leaders list their demands for reforms needed before they are willing to return to the program.
The hip-hop producer and manager showcased his expertise in the process of mixing, mastering, and networking for Brandeis musicians.
To replicate the protests in their home city, students from Mexico City created their own artistic activism on Brandeis' campus.
The Office of Sustainability plans to implement a newly-improved irrigation system to cut down water waste.
Martin Baron, former executive editor of The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and the Miami Herald, is Brandeis’ 2023 Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life.
BBSO and JSA held an event to discuss the similarities between their two cultures.
Paz is challenging 19-year incumbent Jeannette McCarthy and would be the first Latino mayor in Waltham.
The exhibit commemorates Ukrainian students who lost their lives due to the war.
Climate activist Sophia Kianni spoke on how young people can work to prevent climate change.
Brandeis administration responded to questions regarding reports of understaffing.
The Justice compiled a timeline of events leading to the resignation of the senator.
The framework for the new course has been updated to reflect many of the demands made by DeSantis.