Home » 2013 » March (Page 3)

Bestselling author returns to Brandeis, the ‘epicenter of anxiety’

This past Wednesday, New York Times bestselling author and Brandeis alum Daniel Smith returned to Brandeis, a place he deemed an “epicenter of anxiety.” Suffering from Gene… Read More...

Abstract artist asserts his philosophy on social issues and art

The Rose Art Museum welcomed Los Angeles abstract artist Mark Bradford as a special guest to discuss his process, his inspirations, and to answer student questions on March 19 . A g… Read More...

Brandeis students march for climate change awareness

Inspired by the recent March on Climate Change in Washington, D.C., which drew 40,000 people, more than 30 Brandeis students staged an on-campus march for climate change awarene… Read More...

Magid moderates panel on Brazil’s development

The Brandeis International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life partnered with the International Business School’s Perlmutter Institute for Global Business Leaders… Read More...

Heller study shines light on policy connections to wealth gap

The Institute of Assets and Social Policy (IASP) released a study that gives new perspective on the growing wealth gap between white and African-American families. The study, wh… Read More...

College notebook: Boston College proud of decline in applications

Boston College will continue to see fewer applications as they uphold their decision to include a supplemental essay. BC received 9,000 fewer applications during the last year a… Read More...

Students showcase 3D art designs

Unveiled to the public eye for the first time, a diverse assemblage of artwork ranging in mediums from sculpture to photography was featured at Dreitzer Gallery. The opening rece… Read More...

Viewing an authors work as a whole: Jodi Picoult

Jodi Picoult is practically a household name. The author of “My Sisters Keeper,” “Nineteen Minutes” and 16 other novels, Picoult is known for writing on controversial t… Read More...

'Rabbit Hole' expresses real grief

This past weekend, the Brandeis Players presented David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole,” the winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Directed by Jessie Field, stage … Read More...

'Much Ado' transcends time

Hold Thy Peace’s 25th show, “Much Ado About Nothing” opens this weekend, a show for everyone who is a nineties kid at heart. This production combines the traditional Shakes… Read More...

Menu Title