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Fencers rank no. 21 at NCAA finals

After sending three fencers to Ohio State University for the NCAA Championships March 20-23, Brandeis ranked 21st.

Adam Mandel ’15, Noah Berman ’15 and Caroline Mattos ’1… Read More...

‘Liquid Latex’ performers impress with bold dance moves

You know an event is going to be a riot when the announcers talk about strobe lights and having BEMCo on hand, although the crowd remained safe and enjoyed “Liquid Latex: Lights, C… Read More...

Blackwell shares how minority groups contribute to and benefit from economic growth

On Tuesday, March 25, members of the Brandeis community filled Rapaporte Treasure Hall to listen to Angela Glover Blackwell, the founder and chief executive officer of PolicyLi… Read More...

New program aims to educate future leaders in disability care

Thursday afternoon, Brandeis announced a significant new program, one that is designed to make Brandeis a forerunner in preparing students to become leaders in disability-rel… Read More...

‘Vagina Monologues’ empower women through descriptive skits

The 2014 “Vagina Monologues,” originally compiled by Eve Ensler, premiered on Friday, March 21 in the Shapiro Campus Center Theatre, prompting a huge turnout. The monologu… Read More...

First-year creates directs dark and intriguing performances

Edward Albee’s “The Goat, or Who is Sylvia” and first-year Ayelet Schrek’s “Fiction” opened this past Friday, March 21 in the Schwartz Auditorium, sponsored by the … Read More...

Exploring the figuratives of death

A small group of students gathered in the International Lounge in Usdan for a discussion on both the literal and metaphysical concepts of death and dying on Wednesday, March 26.

Wa… Read More...

Stellar novelist to read debut ‘Necessary Errors’ at Brandeis

Caleb Crain is the author of “Necessary Errors,” a novel that received stellar reviews from The New York Times, The New York Review of Books and others. This novel was actually … Read More...

The continuing rise of ‘Girl Rising’

Mandel G3’s seats were filled with a small crowd of students, mostly young women and few young men for a film screening of “Girl Rising” followed by a question and answer sess… Read More...

Catalyst Fund to raise $100 million for scholarships

President Fred Lawrence announced the formation of the Catalyst Fund on Thursday at the 12th Annual Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon before students and donors to the univers… Read More...

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