Last Tuesday, the University held its annual ’DeisTalks event, in which students share personal stories and discuss topics of interest in a panel modeled after the popular TED Talks.
In May 2012, the International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life ran an “Ethical Inquiry” on gendered restrooms and the University’s policy toward making restrooms more inclusive.
For the first time in five years, Brandeis workers will soon begin contract negotiations with Sodexo, aiming to gain higher pay and better health coverage.
On Thursday, March 31, the Brandeis Board of Trustees approved a 3.9 percent increase in comprehensive undergraduate charges for the 2016 to 2017 academic year.
Last Thursday, Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence released a progress report, grading the University on 11 aspects of its response to recent activism and conversation about sexual assault on campus.
On Nov. 7, Brandeis’ International Business School announced that it received a $2.5 million dollar donation from Henry Hassenfeld?the great-grandson of one of the University’s founding donors, Alan Hassenfeld?and followed up this week with an announcement about how it plans to use the gift.
University President Frederick Lawrence announced at last Thursday’s faculty meeting that the University is no longer running at a deficit.
Last week, this board advised the University to adopt a new task force addressing the issue of sexual assault at Brandeis.
This Saturday, the University will host the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament for the third consecutive year.