A preview of the new administrators on campus.
University President Ron Liebowitz and other administrators addressed the new students last week.
Among the changes to dining options was a cutback on Lower Usdan’s hours of operation.
‘Dog Sees God’ Weeks after the death of a student rocked the Brandeis campus in March, director Carly Chernomorets’ ’16 production of “Dog Sees God” faced the difficult task of creating art about teenagers struggling with depression, sexuality, social dynamics and even suicide.
915 bachelor degrees and 854 Masters and doctorates were awarded at the ceremony on Sunday.
A string of alcohol-related incidents at Springfest and the Mods has prompted the creation of a new task force.
Macklin and the heads of the Union branches spoke at the last State of the Union of the semester.
The fraternity held its annual on-campus Holocaust Remembrance Day march on May 5.
Gaby Yeshua '17 has begun collecting stories and ideas after the latest 'Peeping Tom' incident in East Quad.
The event focused on the cultural and historical significance of the 1916 appointment.