Last Tuesday all 4,000 copies of the Justice were stolen from the loading dock at the Usdan Student Center before they could be distributed.
In agreement with five Student Union senators who filed an appeal to the Union Judiciary, we believe that the Union Senate must reexamine the Nov.
It is often the case that the Brandeis administration speaks from both sides of its mouth - saying one thing to the outside world while insisting the exact opposite to the Brandeis community.
Just: Midterms come once a semester.unJust: Midterms come for an entire month every semester.Just: The new food station, Balance, in Usdan provides delicious food grilled just for you.unJust: By the time you get to the front of the line there is no food left.
The Editorial Board supports the Student Union's decision to recognize the Inter-Greek Council. Regardless of the status of off-campus fraternities and sororities, these Brandeis students, who followed the appropriate guidelines, should have the right for their organization to be recognized.It is important to note that the students petitioning for the Inter-Greek Council are not looking to become a chartered club, but instead only ask for recognition.
The inflammatory comments that appeared in the Justice touched off a firestorm that divided this campus.
Just as we alienated a vital component of the Brandeis community with the printing of such hurtful words, we too feel alienated after experiencing the community's reaction this past week.
In the name of the student body, the Justice has long been in the front lines of valid grumbles with the Brandeis establishment, always pointing our accusatory finger in the direction of corruption, waste, unfairness or dishonesty.
After many recent episodes of commuter students receiving parking tickets or walking back from classes to find their cars towed, the University must designate more parking spaces for commuter students.According to Brandeis' Parking and Traffic Regulations, students who drive to school receive a commuter pass that allows them to park their cars in G-Lot, P-Lot or T-Lot during the school week.
Losing a fellow student is never easy, especially in a small, close-knit campus where everyone's presence is felt.