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.
Over a dozen administrators and department heads have left or planned to leave the University over the course of the academic year
The newest Brandeis dining vendor is highly anticipated, but with an air of caution.
The Brandeis Jewish community celebrated the holiday Purim from March 16-17.
Ariella Weiss from the Justice spoke with Kornman over Zoom about his experience playing on "Jeopardy! National College Championship"; airing hours later that evening.
Contamination without communication? University leaves students and staff out of the loop about high lead levels and water fountain closures
On Sept. 22, 2021, chemistry and biochemistry students and professors received an email with the subject line “IMPORTANT! Do NOT consume water from the faucets in Edison-Lecks” from Meghan Hennelly, a Chemistry department administrator and manager of space and buildings for the division of Science at the University. Sent via a listserv titled “chemall-group,” those on the email blast were some of the first students to receive official word about lead levels in various buildings around campus.
The Justice speaks with PARC’s Community Engagement Group student facilitators
The Justice spoke with Hill about her new book, "Believing: Our Thirty Year Journey to End Gender Violence."
The University outlined its policies on COVID-19 testing and mask wearing.