Moody’s gave Brandeis a high credit rating, although it noted weak points in the University’s liquidity and debt coverage.
Massachusetts residents will be able to legally use marijuana for recreation from Dec. 15 on.
The Pottery Club is looking for a new studio space as the University prepares to demolish the Castle.
The University's annual crime and safety report showed an increase in the number of reported rapes on campus.
Shikha Chandarana ’17 organized a panel of scholars to address the issue of the ethics involved in volunteer-based service trips.
Global warming has a more severe impact on politics and the economy than is generally acknowledged, climate change scholar Patricia Núñez García, M.A.
When it comes to protecting rhinoceros and other big game animals from poaching, conservationists must rely on a “toolbox” of ideas, wildlife veterinarian L.D.
The University’s undergraduate enrollment is holding steady as its minority populations rise, thanks in part to several ongoing recruitment efforts from the admissions department. The University is now 8 percent African American and 7 percent Latino, Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel announced at the faculty meeting on Oct.
Admissions data presented at Friday's faculty meeting shows moderate growth in ethnic diversity for applicants.
At the monthly meeting, faculty and administrators discussed potential changes to the Board of Trustees