In response to student criticism of the current housing lottery, the Department of Community Living has proposed two changes to the policy, which would allow sophomores, juniors and seniors more flexibility and would institute a loyalty program.
Brandeis has a reputation for being quiet at concerts. At last year’s SpringFest, headliner Jessie J told the audience that they were “the most well-behaved crowd” she’s ever had. It can seem like Brandeisian concertgoers are more interested in contemplating an artist’s lyrics and musical choices than cutting loose and having fun. But for the roughly 200 people in the Levin Ballroom on Saturday hearing rappers Mick Jenkins and Russ, the stereotype of the Brandeis student was shattered to pieces, as the crowd ate up every second of the strobe-lit, high-volume performances.
Two months after their twelve day occupation of the Bernstein-Marcus Administration Center, the Ford Hall 2015 leadership has launched a campaign to fundraise for minority groups affected by tainted water supply in Flint, Michigan.
In her address, Ginsburg hypothesized about what Brandeis would say about recent Supreme Court cases.
In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, WSRC scholars spoke on its legacy.
The organizing committee of Brandeis Faculty Forward has rebranded itself and formed subcommittees.
The University's ninth president, who will assume office in July, spoke to students for the first time last Tuesday about what attracted him to Brandeis.
The former executive senator took the role after Dennis Hermida-Gonzalez ’16 took a leave of absence.
Candidates aim to increase transparency between the student body and administration.
The grant will help the NIDA Center extend research, train investigators and share its findings.