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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

Supreme Court

The Decathlon To Be Held At Brandeis University

BOSTON (CBS) – Boston athletes, get ready to test yourself in a whole new arena.

Registration begins Thursday, January 28th for The Decathlon to be held July 23rd and 24th at Brandeis University. 71 more words

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Harvard, Columbia, and Brandeis are among 10 leading American universities "friendly" to anti-Israel incitment

ISRAEL HAYOM
Watchdog names 10 US colleges ‘most friendly to terrorists’
by Yael Branovsky and Israel Hayom Staff
December 11, 2015

Harvard, Columbia, and Brandeis are among 10 leading American universities named by the… 111 more words

Israel & Middle East

Brandeis group #FordHall2015 on 12th day of sit-in

Monday marks the 12th day of a sit-in by student protesters at Brandeis University, and the group, Concerned Students of #FordHall2015, says it won’t move until all demands are met. 618 more words

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Could this be the reason anti-Zionism flourishes in the Jewish community?

TIMES OF ISRAEL
Most Birthright applicants functionally illiterate about Israel
by Amanda Borschel-Dan
November 27, 2015

A new Brandeis University study finds that among surveyed Birthright candidates, over 50% couldn’t correctly answer even half of the basic questions requiring minimal knowledge of the Jewish state…Can you identify the name of the Israeli parliament from among the following: (a) The Bet Din (b) The Kotel (c) The Knesset (d) The Schwarma. 67 more words

Israel & Middle East

Brandeis occupier demands includes apology to student who Tweeted "i have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today" and "amerikka needs an intifada. enough is enough"

TIMES OF ISRAEL
How would Orwell feel about today’s college campuses?
by Amanda Borschel-Dan
November 24, 2015

Located on the outskirts of Boston, Brandeis University has been under siege since Friday when a group of some 150 undergrad and graduate students indefinitely “occupied” the Bernstein-Marcus Administration Center. 137 more words

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Brandeis Students Occupy Administration Building For Diversity Demands

WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) — Hundreds of Brandeis University students have occupied the school’s administration building and say they won’t leave until officials address their demands regarding diversity. 148 more words

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