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Panel discusses presence of social justice in business

’Deis Impact hosted a discussion on Ethics and Social Justice in Business on Monday evening as part of a series of events designed to bring the campus community together while de… Read More...

Dushkus deliver keynote address of ‘Deis Impact

Actress Eliza Dushku, most famous for her role on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” and her mother Judy Dushku, a political science professor at Suffolk University, visited campu… Read More...

Writing and one-liners highlights in ‘Hansel and Gretel’

“Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” is exactly how the movie is advertised. It follows in the tradition of those wintertime action movies loaded with copious amounts of exploRead More...

Women’s basketball gets revenge against Rochester, ends seven-game losing streak

Back on their home court after two consecutive travel weekends, the women’s basketball team got their chance for revenge last weekend against Emory University and the UniversRead More...

Jubilee Project emphasizes power of social media to create a more just world

In a ’Deis Impact event last Saturday, members of the Jubilee Project, Eric Lu, Eddie Lee and Jason Lee, visited Brandeis to encourage students to use social media creatively to … Read More...

WSRC celebrates 25 years of Women Making Music

The Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center celebrated the 25th anniversary of the anthology, “Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition 1150-1950,” compiled by J… Read More...

Nieske shines in Music at Mandel concert

Silky smooth jazz, good company and the nice backdrop of the Mandel Atrium are a trifecta for the perfect afternoon. Brandeis students, faculty and Waltham residents were quick tRead More...

Students talk to released inmate Damien Echols

Forming part of ’Deis Impact week, Brandeis seniors, working on the Justice Brandeis Innocence Project at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, spoke with re… Read More...

Using art to demonstrate atrocities of war

Seeking to portray the casualties and atrocities of warfare, Linda Bond, artist and visiting scholar at the Women’s Studies Research Center, presented “The Artist as an AdvRead More...

Senior artist draws on painting inspiration from diverse academic interests

As the current seniors begin their last semester at Brandeis, the studio art majors are now working on their senior theses. Aliza Sternstein ’13 is a studio art major with a focus Read More...

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