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Brandeis hones in on India in strategic efforts

President Fred Lawrence recently embarked on his second trip to India in the past 12 months in an effort to enhance relations in the country through the Brandeis-India Initiative… Read More...

Trustee endows new fellowship

Brandeis trustee Carol Richman Saivetz ’69, P ’97, P ’01 and her family have made a generous gift to establish a new fellowship.

The Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Fell… Read More...

New trustee named to Board

The Brandeis Board of Trustees elected its newest member, Leslie (Meltzer) Aronzon ’84, for a four-year term.

Aronzon, who now lives in Los Angeles, has been an active member of … Read More...

‘A$AP Rocky’ defies stereotypes in debut album

Hip hop artists are often slapped with labels that are easily accepted by the public, placing them in a restrictive box so their art can be interpreted in a logical fashion. Those wh… Read More...

Brandeis grad takes terrorist groups to court

Manny Halberstam ’10 recently took part in an internship at Shurat HaDin-Israel Law Center, an institution dedicated to combating terrorist threats through legal action. Co… Read More...

Gaming Review of 2012: Sequels Galore

January releases such as Final Fantasy XIII-2 and December games including Far Cry 3, 2012 brought a wide ranging collection of stellar video games to try out. In handheld gaming, … Read More...

Les Mis hits the right note

“Les Misérables,” originally based on Victor Hugo’s novel of the same name, was first produced as an opera in 1980, and has been translated and revived many times since. Th… Read More...

Friends remember Jonathan Roth ’14

Jonathan Roth ’14, a beloved friend and member of the Brandeis Orthodox community from Teaneck, New Jersey, died Dec. 16. He was 21.

Roth was on leave from the university last sem… Read More...

De Graffenreid to take post as SVP of Communications

Effective Feb. 1, Ellen de Graffenreid will assume her position, announced last semester, as the new Senior Vice President for Communications. Her appointment by President Fre… Read More...

Neurobiology professor pushes the limits of the unconscious mind

Imagine a person who drives to work or school on a daily basis: The person takes the same turns, stops at the same stoplights, passes by the same gas stations and restaurants and arri… Read More...

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