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ELEVEat-ing girls to their full potential

$25. That’s the price of a dinner out with some friends. To some, it might be petty change; to a young girl in Senegal it’s a future.

Sitting in a car with her Senegalese host mothe… Read More...

Beyond Israel: Jewish students explore the four corners of the world and themselves

Brandeis University and the State of Israel. What a combination. Both full of Jews, both established in 1948, both characterized by the colors blue and white. It’s like a match m… Read More...

Israeli author describes identity in writing

Etgar Keret first decided to be a writer when his brother picked up dog poop with one of his stories. That decisive moment lent him the epiphany that catalyzed his career as an author… Read More...

Princeton Prof. Appiah accepts Gittler prize

In front of a full crowd in the Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Brandeis celebrated the inaugural ceremony for the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize on Monday with a speech from its first re… Read More...

Journalism prof. discusses book on Paxil investigation

A former reporter for the Boston Globe and Miami Herald, and Pulitzer Prize nominee for investigative journalism, Prof. Alison Bass (AMST) is now a published author. Bass spoke a… Read More...

Students appointed to Office of Student Rightsa and Advocacy

Four students have been appointed to the Office of Student Rights and Advocacy, the office’s director Laura Cohen ’09 explained.

The Office of Student Rights and Advocacy wa… Read More...

Women’s soccer misses the kick

The power Roger Williams women’s soccer team came into Waltham with a 14-2 record and left with a narrow victory over the Brandeis Judges. The game was hallmarked by strong goalk… Read More...

Batista leads Judges in winning streak

The Judges picked up their second straight win Tuesday, besting sloppy conditions thanks to Jaime Batista’s ’10 eighteen yard blast and goal keeper Sean O’Hare’s ’12 … Read More...

Hilary Rosenzweig wins defensive player of the week

Brandeis Judges goalkeeper Hillary Rosenzweig ’10 earned her second career UAA award, co-defensive player of the week of Oct. 26. The Florida native earned the award on the bac… Read More...

Celtics return home to Boston to celebrate championship with win

“We Love Ya, Paul!” The words rang out from the balcony as Paul Pierce gave a heartfelt thank you speech to the loyal Celtics fans that came out Tuesday night to celebrate a champ… Read More...

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