The former Chief Diversity Officer for Tufts University will join the Brandeis community on Jan. 11.
The final candidate emphasized a wish to promote transparency around diversity efforts on campus.
The new agreement was made to raise awareness about students’ financial obligations to the University.
Students will vote on an amendment intended to clarify the Judiciary’s role within the Union.
The former chair of the presidential search committee will start in May as the head of the Board.
The University has chosen three individuals to act as ombudspeople until a Chief Diversity Officer is chosen.
Speakers discussed how “1971” marked the precursor to Watergate and others.
The Brandeis Web Team administered a survey to students to gauge reactions to a couple sample layouts for the redesigned website.
Noam Chomsky, considered to be one of the most prominent public intellectuals in the world, spoke at the University on Thursday in a lecture titled “Activism from Vietnam to Palestine.” Chomsky is a well-known linguist, philosopher, political commentator and political and social justice activist. Currently, Chomsky is an outspoken critic of U.S.
Student responses to a recent sexual assault climate survey will help tailor prevention efforts.