Brandeis’s decaying infrastructure has long been a financial and aesthetic issue for the University, and this summer’s work to address campus construction represents a strong positive development in the University’s institutional planning and organization. In a Sept.
Over the years, the Justice has been fortunate to have many dedicated editors, and this year, we must bid farewell to four of the best.
Since the National Labor Relations Board ruled on Aug. 23, 2016 that graduate employees at private universities had the right to unionize, graduate students at several universities have endeavored to establish unions at their respective schools.
This past Friday, University President Ronald Liebowitz announced a 3.75 percent increase in comprehensive undergraduate charges.
On Sunday, the University welcomed admitted students and their families to campus, seeking to attract those students who will hopefully make up the next class of Brandeisians.
In light of poor cell phone coverage in certain areas on campus, this board urges the University to pursue potential solutions, including the addition of more cell phone repeaters around campus. Earlier this week, the Justice released an informal survey on Facebook to gauge student experience with cell phone coverage across campus.
Following the Student Union’s Friday release of its Community Emergency and Enhancement Fund grants for the year, this board would like to commend the CEEF committee on its foresight and its commitment to transparency, as demonstrated by their public announcement of the initiatives. When the CEEF originally replaced the Student Union’s Capital Expenditures fund in March 2014, the Union planned to spend an annual $200,000 of the $250,000, according to a March 1, 2014 Justice article on the subject.
This past week, the University held a panel showcasing a variety of female leaders in the workforce and their impact on women’s empowerment in such a space.
Beginning March 23, the University hosted a two-day symposium titled "Black Lives Matter: Local Movements, Global Futures." The symposium sought to help Brandeis students relate their own experiences with the Black Lives Matter movement to those of other activists on a global scale.
Midterms, BranVans, housing — these are the things that stress Brandeis students out from year to year.