Former Director of Sustainability Mary Fischer left the role in September, raising questions about what comes next for sustainable initiatives at the University.
Multiple arrests at a pro-Palestine rally on Nov. 10 left students in shock.
The ICC’s annual Indigenous Peoples' Day teach-in focused on building Indigenous sovereignty through language reclamation and cultural revitalization.
Students and faculty connected with other climate activists and joined the demonstration.
Harvest Table shared information about its new all-access meal plans for fall 2023, which sparked dissatisfaction among many students.
The town hall included remarks from the ODEI's five constituent offices and shared initial insights from the climate survey conducted last semester.
The lecture covered topics such as the intersection between reproductive and disability justice, the rise of eugenicist language in the U.S., and the legacy of disability activists.
The event, hosted by the Center for German and European Studies, featured a variety of speakers, panels, and a book launch.
As Brandeis celebrates the Year of Climate Action this year, another important climate campaign at Brandeis observes its ten-year anniversary — the fossil fuel divestment campaign.
The week-long series of events included cultural shows, foreign-language dinners, and a “Global Bazaar.”