In a recent interview, Dr. Joy von Steiger of the Brandeis Counseling Center revealed that several changes were made to improve efficiency and students’ overall experienc
Seniors deserve priority for class decision especially those that only need a few requirements fulfilled.
The power outage at the Charles River Apartments led students to question the University's emergency preparedness.
Urge the university to re-evaluate conditions surrounding the Creative Arts Award.
While Sodexo's success in the recent "Battle of the Chefs!" is commendable, there are still more improvements to be made.
On Oct. 6, the Department of Community Living sent an email notifying the student population at Brandeis University of the upcoming health and safety inspections. The email emphasized the dates of the inspections, noting that all inspections will occur “between the hours of 9:00AM and 6:00PM from October 10-October 25 (only Monday-Friday).” The inspection period, which spans over two weeks, seems unusually and unnecessarily long. This board proposes restructuring the inspection period in order to facilitate a more efficient process and alleviate some of the inconveniences that come with such a broad period.
This board criticizes the University’s poor planning in this matter and urges Brandeis to take precautions to ensure a smooth transition on both fronts.
Commend the University for their new, popular acts for fall events.
Cell service in the Foster Mods is poor and students have complained to DCL.
The University's new gen-ed requirements create a heavy burden for students.