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Brandeis' Artistic Early Days

Throughout the past 60 years, Brandeis has indisputably been a hotbed of protest and other significant political activity. As political movements have come and gone through the … Read More...

Student artist finds true passion in music

Far from only labeling himself a rapper, Osaze Akerejah ’14, a philosophy major who is more recognizable by his stage name Saz.É , identifies himself first and foremost as an ar… Read More...

Univ sexual assault policy shifts

More than one year after the U.S. Department of Education released new guidance regarding Title IX and university sexual assault cases, Brandeis has adopted a separate grievanc… Read More...

Sarna discusses Jewish voting on WGBH

There has been a lot of talk of religion during this election cycle, Kara Miller noted on WGBH on Monday. From Mitt Romney’s Mormonism to the evangelical right, theories and pred… Read More...

Former VP Peter French paid 3.2 mil upon leaving

Former Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter French received more than $3.2 million in reportable compensation in 2010, in large part because illness forc… Read More...

Improvements ahead for LTS

An extra half a million dollars has been allotted to LTS each year, which should help them recover from the large budget cuts of the economic downturn.

John Unsworth, Vice Provost f… Read More...

Waltham waters alive, swimmers beware

For the majority of the summer, Newton’s Crystal Lake has not been so crystalline. Cyanobacteria, a kind of algae bloom, was detected in the Charles River in Waltham and Weston a… Read More...

Brandeis Briefs

Police: Boyfriend attempted murder

A 31-year-old Waltham man has been arrested for attempting to murder his girlfriend, police said. Authorities took Brett Savage, of Adams St… Read More...

Castle to undergo overdue renovation

As students return to Brandeis, they will notice a number of improvements around campus: new sidewalks between the Castle and East, and a new entry floor in the Shapiro Admissions … Read More...

Esther Kartiganer, 60 minutes producer, dies at 74

With a career culminating in her position as senior producer of the CBS news program 60 Minutes, Esther Kartiganer ’59, a Brandeis alumni and trustee, died on Aug. 1 in Aspen, Col… Read More...

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