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From enemy to brother

Father Walter Cuenin, the Brandeis Catholic chaplain, attended a conference earlier this month that addressed the revolution in Catholic discussion of Jews. The conference, t… Read More...

Controversy at Harvard continues to grow

A scandal at Harvard University has recently expanded from accusations pertaining to students’ academic violations to new charges regarding the university’s invasion of … Read More...

Documentary by Oscar nominee Robert Bilheimer explores child trafficking

Riveting in its content and heart wrenching in its tragic portrayal of the horrors of child trafficking, the documentary “Not My Life,” directed by Oscar nominee Robert Bilh… Read More...

Anxiety expert Daniel Smith ’99 lectures on ‘Monkey Mind’

Daniel Smith ’99 has not been inside Rapaporte Hall in the Goldfarb Library since 1998, when the Dalai Lama visited Brandeis. But that is where he was this Wednesday, reading exc… Read More...

Match Corps

Among the many postgraduate education programs available to Brandeis students is Match Corps, a highly selective, one-year urban education fellowship program in Boston. Once … Read More...

SKIN fashion show both stuns and raises awareness

Brandeis Asian American Student Association (BAASA) brought a night of fashion to the Levin Ballroom March 16. The show, which was part of the celebration for Asian Pacific Ameri… Read More...

Seussical opens up a world of imagination

Dr. Seuss once said, “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.” The enduring quality of a Dr. Seuss novel has always been its ab… Read More...

Russian club celebrates International Women’s Day

Russian Culture Week, organized by the Brandeis Russian Club, Russian Studies Program and Brandeis-Genesis Institute for Russian Jewry, hosted events that gave students a ter… Read More...

Liquid latex showcases student talent

Amid the odor of fresh paint and the tightly packed balconies brewing with intricately painted nude bodies, Levin Ballroom was packed with students waiting in eager anticipatio… Read More...

Seminal Israeli poet’s work celebrated in new book

Recently, Professor Ilana Szobel (NEJS) published her third book on Israeli poet Dahlia Ravikovitch, “A Poetics in Trauma: The Work of Dahlia Ravikovitch.” Last Tuesday, a … Read More...

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