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Massachusetts Federal Court Throws Shade at Brandeis, Office for Civil Rights

The United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts issued an 89 page decision that took aim not only at private higher educational institutions’ use of the increasingly popular investigatory model for processing cases of sexual assault, but the court also called into question aspects of the sexual harassment/assault guidances that have been issued by the U.S. 1,510 more words

Higher Education

Everything you need to know before you watch HBO's 'Confirmation'

Kerry Washington, you may have heard, is playing yet another character based in Washington, D.C. But this time, her portrayal is not rooted in fiction. 390 more words

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Artist of the moment..........Robert McChesney

Robert McChesney was an American artist who worked as an abstract painter and assemblage artist. Robert McChesney was born in the year 1913.

McChesney attended the Washington University School of Fine Arts. 148 more words

Artist of the moment..........Natasha Bowdoin

The artist is now based out of Houston, Texas.

Below a link to the website of the artist:

http://www.natashabowdoin.com/

What a great style to celebrate the seasons of spring and summer! 174 more words

Brandeis University to Offer New Diversity Scholarships and Stipends to Graduate Students

article via jbhe.com

Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, has announced the establishment of the Diversity, Excellence, and Inclusion Scholarships. The program will provide full-tuition scholarships for five students in master’s degree programs in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts. 92 more words

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Wilmington's Baker Excels For Brandeis Swim Team Despite Muscular Dystrophy

WALTHAM, MA — Sophomore Andrew Baker of Wilmington, Mass., hasn’t scored a ton of points for the Brandeis swimming and diving team, but he’s one of the Judges’ most valued members. 941 more words

Education

The Lasting Legacy of Justice Louis D. Brandeis

We recently marked the 100th anniversary of Louis D. Brandeis’ nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. In a year of discussion on diversity, this moment deserves notice—Brandeis, who was Jewish, was the first member of an American minority group to be so chosen. 696 more words

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