Brandeis’ failure to be financially transparent has large consequences in the context of the current conflict in Ukraine. Per the Yale CELI List of Companies, over 450 companies have withdrawn from Russia — either at a reduced capacity or operating in full — but many companies have failed to exit business in Russia. This economic activity funds Putin’s war. Without a specific breakdown of how the University’s endowment is allocated, we have no way of knowing exactly where our financial contributions to the University are going, and, what’s more, we have no idea if any part of this money is aiding Russia’s economy.
The panel covered Ukraine’s role in geopolitics, oil relations, and a potential no-fly zone.
Organizers discussed the results of the spring 2019 Campus Climate Survey.
Students reflect on their advocacy for recently passed bill supporting survivors of sexual violence in Massachusetts
Members of the Every Voice Coalition discussed the next steps they will take during Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April.
Student reflects on experiences at Brandeis with academic accommodations in light of new accommodation offerings
Student Accessibility Support updated academic accommodations at the start of the school year to include assignment extensions.
Three panelists shared their views on the evolution of the BLM movement and where the fight for racial justice stands today in an event on Wednesday.
Participants outlined their responses to the unrest as well as action steps for moving forward.
Twenty-five women spoke at the event which focused on the contributions of women of color
The Justice examined the barriers that students of color face related to physical and mental disabilities.
Four days after Election Day, the Associated Press announced that Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States.