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At Brandeis, ProPublica’s account of the disruption of Asat’s Zoom talk also caused a reaction.Purdue President Condemns Tactics Used to Censor Chinese Students on U.S. Campuses|by Sebastian Rotella|December 20, 2021|ProPublica
A response sent by sponsors of the event, at the behest of Brandeis administrators, recounted what had happened.
At Brandeis, hard evidence implicating the CSSA in the abusive behavior was lacking.
At Brandeis, students from China make up the largest group of foreign students, according to the university’s website.
“Tuesdays With Morrie” draws on 14 days Albom shared with Schwartz at the professor’s Massachusetts home in 1995, 16 years after they had last spoken at Brandeis.Theater J’s tear-jerking two-hander ‘Tuesdays With Morrie’ imparts enduring life lessons|Thomas Floyd|November 18, 2021|Washington Post
Today, Americans increasingly see the same threat Brandeis saw.Dawn of the Age of Oligarchy: the Alliance between Government and the 1%|Joel Kotkin|June 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Why is Brandeis University giving in to the growing hordes who believe they have a right to not be offended?
Disparities in homeownership are a major driver of the racial wealth gap, according to a recent study from Brandeis University.
Bishop was killed by one of his deputies, Bernard Coard (who had studied at Brandeis University).
"Sunlight is… the best of disinfectants," as Louis Brandeis famously said.
The employers welcomed Mr. Brandeis because they had faith in his sense of fairness.Making Both Ends Meet|Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
On Sunday afternoon she addressed a mass meeting in the Brandeis Theater at which there was not even standing room.
So Tamasese was on the throne, and Brandeis behind it; and I have now to deal with their brief and luckless reign.A Footnote to History|Robert Louis Stevenson
No opposition was shown; and doubtless the rescue was connived at by Brandeis, who had gained his point.
The new actor was Brandeis, a Bavarian captain of artillery, of a romantic and adventurous character.