Holocaust educator Sandy Rubenstein told her story as the daughter of Holocaust survivors at one of the commemoration events at the University
The lawsuit seeks refunds for tuition-payers for the spring 2020 semester and requests tuition changes for remote learning semesters during the pandemic
Brandeis International Business School hosts conversation about different multinational organizations’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
Three University alumni discussed the responses of the World Fund, the International Monetary Fund and the United Nations to the COVID-19 crisis
Professor Shaul Bassi emphasized the significance of the Jewish community that once lived in the Venecian Ghetto, as well as the present day value of the Ghetto
Two members of the Brandeis Asian American Students Association reflected on how COVID-19 has changed their celebrations of the Lunar New Year.
Students petitioned for additional breaks from instruction.
FRESH has continued to provide food insecure Brandeis students with access to free food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy discuss their new book about the politics of American-Israeli relations
Authors discussed Zionist identity within American Jewish communities following the U.S. presidential election