At the start of this semester, this board issued President Ronald Liebowitz a challenge. We called on him to avoid “the trope of the dispassionate establishment leader,” in an Aug.
Since its founding, Brandeis’ identity has been shaped, in large part, by its Jewish roots and the sizeable Jewish presence on campus.
This past weekend, the University reached a new athletic peak: placing two teams in the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.
We’re still with her.
The University used 10 percent less energy this fiscal year and reduced its carbon footprint by about eight percent from last year, according to new University data released in a Nov.
At Brandeis, protest plays a vital role in securing opportunities for many students. As a result, this board is concerned by the University’s recent lack of respect for this right.
On Wednesday, an email from Student Union president David Herbstritt announced the impending creation of a task force to examine free speech at the University.
In 1972, Judy Chicago, an American feminist artist, conceived “Menstruation Bathroom” (1972), as a part of the Womanhouse Exhibition that highlighted the taboo of the menstrual period.
Last week, the University celebrated the Waltham Group’s 50th anniversary with a well-deserved gala for the organization’s affiliates.
The Case for Clinton As Nov. 8 approaches, this board would like to endorse Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for president, due to both her significant merit as a politician and the potential dangers of the other candidates.