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Petsko addresses 92 members of Phi Beta Kappa

Gregory Petsko (CHEM) addressed the newest inductees of Phi Beta Kappa at the initiation ceremony Saturday in Spingold. Petsko, who is the Gyula and Katica Tauber Professor of BiRead More...

Senior gift participation up from last year

Senior gift participation increased by 1 percent this year, making it the highest participation rate in recent memory. President Fred Lawrence lauded the class in a faculty meet… Read More...

Campus activates creativity for annual arts affair

Even with finals looming, the final weekend in April proved truly incredible. In part, this was because the Leonard Bernstein Festival for the Creative Arts brought art, dance an… Read More...

Lawrence chooses Waltham, ’Deis to sell Newton home

Brandeis will sell its university-owned home on Beaumont Avenue in Newton and rent an apartment in the renovated Waltham Watch Factory for President Fred Lawrence and his wife, K… Read More...

Students witness war crime trial in The Hague

As the Special Court for Sierra Leone convicted Liberian President Charles Taylor of war crimes and crimes against humanity, Brandeis students participating in The Hague semes… Read More...

‘The Avengers’ assemble in marvelous movie

Well, I think I love Joss Whedon more than I love my parents and I am not even sure if that is a bad thing. This man gave us “Buffy: the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” “Firefly” … Read More...

New tragedy shakes BU

A Boston University student driving the van which flipped over, killing three students and injuring four studying abroad has been charged by New Zealand police. He faces three co… Read More...

At IBS, Magid merges academics and government

Brandeis’ International Business School may be tucked away from the rest of the campus in Sachar Woods, but it’s proving to be an important part of the university’s future. … Read More...

Amid controversy and celebration, Rose thrives

It has been more than three years since former President Jehuda Reinharz announced, amid great controversy, that The Rose Art Museum would close and the university would auction … Read More...

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