Journalist Ari Shavit discussed key context and potential solutions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A former student has withdrawn his lawsuit against Brandeis, which he alleges mishandled a 2014 sexual assault case.
WSRC scholar Liane Curtis examined the history of female composers to suggest why sexism still exists in orchestral lineups.
The third CDO finalist stressed community engagement during her visit to campus on Thursday.
Students have made a petition for the University to rename "Columbus Day" to "Indigenous Peoples Day."
This week, JustArts sat down with Connor Wahrman ’17, who plays Peter in the forthcoming production of “At Home/At The Zoo,” which opens next week. justArts: For those who don’t know anything about can you just tell me a little bit about the play and its structure? Connor Wahrman: What we’re doing is a one-act version of [the play]. It’s the original version, which is called “The Zoo Story.” Later on, Edward Albee -- may he rest in peace as of a few days ago -- decided to tack on another segment in Peter’s home, making it “At Home/At The Zoo.” So Zoo Story, it’s just two characters.
Two of the four CDO finalists visited campus this week to meet with students and discuss diversity goals.
The University has frozen bargaining unit wages and benefits until a contract is negotiated.
This week, justArts spoke with Kim Conaty, the curator of the Rose Art Museum, about the opening of the Museum this past weekend. justArts: What’s your favorite part of your job? Kim Conaty: I work in museums because I love collections, and there’s nothing more exciting to me than finding surprises in collections that you think you know or learning something incredible and new about a work that you thought you knew well.
Several candidates discussed their platforms in anticipation of Thursday's elections.