Campus News

New digs: First resident moves in at Skyline

By Julian Cardillo ’14

Sagie Tvizer ’19 might be the most famous Community Advisor at Brandeis.

On Aug. 14, the Plainsboro, New Jersey native became the first person in university history to move into Skyline, Brandeis’ newest residence hall.

Skyline, which will primarily house sophomores, gets its name from the panorama of Boston and surrounding communities visible from many of its windows. The new building encompasses an impressive array of features meant to accommodate student housing, academic work and social interaction across four fully-accessible floors. A slideshow of photos showcases Skyline's features and architectural charm.

The Boston skyline is visible from many of the building's windows, including Saige's, hence the name

Tvizer, a politics and history double major, is also a Community Advisor (CA) for Skyline’s second floor residents. Skyline’s inaugural inhabitants are in good hands: Tvizer has been a CA for three years and prides himself on paying close attention to his residents’ needs.

BrandeisNOW caught up with Tvizer to get his perspective on Skyline and serving as a CA. Read the interview here

Categories: Campus News, Students
Date: August 23, 2018