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Brandeis Athletics honors seniors at awards dinner

The Brandeis University Department of Athletics recognized 12 graduating student athletes for their devotion to and performance in Brandeis athletics on May 2 at its annual end-of-season awards dinner.   Brittany Grimm of Perkiomenville, Pa.,… Read More...

Bial advocates equal opportunity in America

Deborah Bial ’87 urged graduates to confront economic, gender and racial inequalities in America; President Fred Lawrence defended the value and cost of a liberal arts education; and guests including Honduran President Porfirio Lobo and… Read More...

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‘Go Down, Moses’ The novelist William Faulkner never met a family he didn’t enjoy destroying through his patented combination of humility, disjointed narrative and Southern guilt: Look no further than the Compsons of “The Sound… Read More...

‘Once Upon a Time’ promises happy endings

“There is a town in Maine, where every storybook character you’ve ever known is trapped between two worlds, victims of a powerful curse that can only be broken by one person.” So goes the opening… Read More...

Lady Antebellum brings country flair to Worcester

The trio Lady Antebellum is a monster in country music. They have been awarded Best Country Album at the Grammys for the country-pop crossover album “Need You Now,” and they’ve also been honored with Top… Read More...

Cooke named UAA Rookie of the Year, heads to NCAA Championships

Carley Cooke ’15 was selected to play in the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Individual Championship tournament. The event, hosted by Meredith College in Cary, N.C., from May 24 to May 26, will consist of… Read More...

Brown breaks record in 1,500 – meter race

In one of the final meets of his collegiate career, Chris Brown ’12 set a new Brandeis record in the 1,500-meter race with a time of 3:43.49 at the New Balance Twilight Meet hosted by… Read More...

Softball drops title game, runner-up in ECAC tournament

On its final day of the season, the Brandeis softball team played three games. In the first game, an elimination game, they defeated Simmons College 3-1 and in the second game they defeated Endicott College… Read More...

Brandeis grad tackles both politics and science

Frances Colón PhD ’04, who came to study neurobiology at Brandeis, has taken full command of her education, building on her talents outside the laboratory to earn her new job as deputy science and technology… Read More...

Senior speaker bids goodbye to class of 2012

In his four years at Brandeis, Daniel Liebman ’12 was involved with the Undergraduate Theater Collective, Brandeis Film Collective and Waltham Group, among other organizations, and was awarded a Presidential Scholarship, was on the Dean’s… Read More...
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