Following a historic National Labor Relations Board decision, graduate students may now unionize.
Magic is a game about presentation and perspective. Through charisma and showmanship, a great magician doesn’t control supernatural powers that make the impossible a reality,but instead controls the audience’s attention at any given moment.
The newest version of the Rights and Responsibilities Handbook includes the addition of Restorative Justice.
The Department of Community Living created a new representative body for quad-related issues.
The Rose Art Museum announced its first-ever acquisition under the brand new Sam Hunter Emerging Artists Fund on May 19: David Schutter’s “MMA 636 a2” is the first of what the Rose hopes will be a large collection of works acquired under the new initiative aimed at emerging artistic voices.
‘Dog Sees God’ Weeks after the death of a student rocked the Brandeis campus in March, director Carly Chernomorets’ ’16 production of “Dog Sees God” faced the difficult task of creating art about teenagers struggling with depression, sexuality, social dynamics and even suicide.
In an article he shared on the IMES Facebook page, Lumbard claimed he was denied tenure due to his faith.
Students will consider establishing a space allocations committee of students and administrators.
“The Rope” looks at religious tensions following Saddam Hussein’s death.
BAATF hosted a panel on the new course, "The Asian American Experience," and the topics it will cover.