Brandeis religious organizations hosted multiple events for students and other Brandeis community members in the wake of Saturday’s tragic shuttle crash.
When Sam Ho ’20 started college, he barely knew what LARPing was. Now, he’s directing a documentary about it. Ho began conceptualizing his now feature-length film, “Hero Camp!”, while he was still a student at Brandeis. By July 2022, Ho was living in Providence, Rhode Island, editing over 120 hours of footage with his Brandeis classmate, Colin Hodgson ’20.
Students and dining staff gathered to protest a variety of concerns; Harvest Table management and University admin stood nearby.
The police were called on Brandeis Leftist Union members who were protesting, alongside a dozen dining workers, the abrupt firing of Kevintz Merisier.
The Justice asked students what they think of the transition to Harvest Table. Here are some of the responses.
On a sunny Saturday morning in downtown Waltham, excited customers are lined up at the edge of a parking lot filled with stands displaying colorful produce, crumbly pastries, and exotic plants. At 9:30 a.m. sharp, a bell is rung. The Waltham Farmers’ Market is officially open for the day.
Embassy Cinema opened in 1928. On Monday, Aug. 5, the almost century-old Waltham staple, once advertised as “Waltham’s Wonder Theatre,” closed its doors for good.
The Justice spoke with this year's Orientation Core Team as they reflected on the week's end.
The Justice spoke with Ruth Maffa of the Office of Institutional Advancement, and Esther Feldberg, a member of one of the University’s founding families, on the renovation of an on-campus space.
Topics of democracy and resilience were among the major themes of the 2022 ceremony.