Tag: Democracy

  • Cool!

    Did you get the email? Brandeis is replacing some old science buildings with a GARDEN or possibly Volleyball or possibly a combination of the two. I don’t know why but this is very exciting to me. The email: Dear Members of the Brandeis Community: The last portions of Phase 1 of the Science Complex Renewal […]

  • The Dearth of Democracy (aka: Why Innermost Parts exists) Part 1

    Brandeis University is not structured to be a democracy, but the individuals inside believe strongly in that ethic. This contradiction produces tension and problems of Social Justice on campus. As a private University, all power theoretically flows downwards from the Board of Trustees, but the picture is more complicated. They hire the president, he hires […]

  • CARS meeting today, tomorrow

    There’s a meeting today for students to respond to the CARS committee report. There’s another meeting tomorrow. Here’s the info: April 22 5-6 p.m. Admissions Office in Bernstein Marcus (presentation room) April 23 6-7 p.m. Admissions Office in Bernstein Marcus April 27 5-6 p.m. Admissions Office in Bernstein Marcus The UJ trial is happening at […]

  • Has anti-partisanship gone too far?

    Pleas welcome Maia, a new contributor to Innermost Parts who gave me the following piece unsolicited this afternoon. ~Loki On October 3rd the Hoot published a lengthy article about Innermost Parts not so subtly impugning the ‘Political Party’ that has supposedly emerged from a progressive voting block in the Senate. Adam Hughes (Union Vice President), […]