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Lydia Emmanouilidou


Internship courses raise controversy

In 2013, the legality of unpaid internships came under heavy scrutiny. However, colleges and universities such as Brandeis continue to promote and profit from unpaid internships by requiring that students take courses in order to receive credit for their internships. As February approaches, many students are starting to think about summer internship applications.

Greek life postpones recruiting

Greek organizations have decided to postpone their official recruitment events-otherwise known as "rush"- until the second week of September this semester in order to meet and collectively design policies aimed at ensuring safety at all future rush events, according to Greek Awareness Council president Avi Feldan '14. The decision to postpone rush was made in April at the traditional Greek-wide end-of-semester meeting intended for Greek organization officials to set dates and rules for the upcoming semester.

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