Author: rulm


Posted on: January 26th, 2010

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One year ago today (Jan 26th), President Reinharz announced the closing of the Rose Art Museum. While the museum and its collection remain intact, that status is precarious at best. The administration and its PR team have gone to great lengths to lull the Brandeis community into a false sense of security, suppressing those that […]

Author: rulm


Posted on: October 24th, 2009

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This Wednesday, from 6 to 8pm, the Rose will have a re-opening with a show of works from the permanent collection. There are still a lot of issues and feelings surrounding the situation with the Rose, but that is precisely why it is important to attend–we need to show that we still care, and that […]

Author: rulm


Posted on: January 29th, 2009

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The plan for today’s sit-in is to congregate at the Rose Art Museum at 1pm.  There will be tables with petitions and letter-writing opportunities, as well as paper and pencils for signs or other forms of artistic expression.  A microphone will be set up so that attendees may share their personal reactions and accounts of […]

Author: rulm


Posted on: January 27th, 2009

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To the Brandeis community, I and many others are deeply upset and concerned over the recent news regarding the closing of the Rose Art Museum.  Personally, I regard the Rose as a very integral part of my Brandeis education–I doubt I would have chosen to attend Brandeis had the Rose not been a part of the […]

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