The event explored policies that higher education institutions and workplaces can implement to create equitable environments for people with disabilities.
The Justice talked to Brandeis community members to gauge how the Israel-Hamas war has affected students’ security concerns on campus.
The Eleanor Roosevelt discussion explored the ethical boundaries of ethnography and the development of Black girlhood studies.
Durham delves into his prolific career spanning multiple genres, from historical fiction to fantasy, and provides insight into his creative writing process.
Janine Holc discusses how her book “The Weavers of Trautenau: Jewish Female Forced Labor in the Holocaust” offers a historical and personal view on how survivors coped with imprisonment
The Union is planning initiatives to improve its reputation, connect with students more, and improve school spirit.
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.