Kim Conaty, the assistant curator of drawings and prints at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, was appointed curator for the Rose Art Museum on Nov.
On Friday, students voted in favor of an amendment to the Undergraduate Student Union constitution that will expand the size and term lengths of the Allocations Board members, including adding four members to the board, granting year-long and three semester terms to board members and clarifying that the chairperson of the board will be selected to serve a maximum of one term by A-Board members. Since student groups raised concerns over the club funding decision-making process, the Student Union has taken clear action to reform the A-Board.
When feminist media critic Anita Sarkeesian was invited to Utah State University in 2014, her lecture was canceled due to security concerns.
Early last week, students and faculty members representing the group “Brandeis Climate Justice” staged several public events to protest the University’s continued investment in Fossil Fuels.
This past Saturday, Interim President Lisa Lynch hosted a State of the University talk designed to inform visiting parents about the University’s recent achievements.
On Wednesday, Oct. 14, the student Allocations Board released their yearly budget decisions, which included significantly reduced funding from what clubs requested and have received in previous years.
In a roundtable discussion last Thursday, students and staff discussed accessibility issues to University services and gathered suggestions about how to make the University more disability-friendly.
In 2011, according to the American Association of Universiy Professors, 70 percent of college faculty were contingent, non-tenure track professors, paid significantly less than their significantly smaller number of tenured colleagues.
In the first few weeks of the school year, students who live off-campus have been unpleasantly surprised to find out that their ID cards no longer allow them access to dorms and other campus housing spaces due to a change in the Rights and Responsibilities handbook.
The first results of the Brandeis Climate Survey on sexual misconduct were released last week. The findings are based on the responses of over 1,500 graduate and undergraduate students and provide insight into the scope of sexual misconduct among members of the community, as well as identify areas for the community’s concern and improvement. And indeed, many of the survey’s conclusions are more than unsettling.