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Student activists support BAASA installment

BAASA’s art installation on the Rabb Steps about the microaggressions that Asian students experience is a necessary project that brings to light and gives a name to the small, daily acts of violence that occur… Read More...

Up the Octave harmonizes at semester show

There’s nothing cuter than a cat, or more accurately, a tiny, wide-eyed kitten poking its head out of a boot. There’s something so innocent about its posture and expression that sucks you into its gaze… Read More...

The Brandeis Farmers Club hosts its first farmers’ market

On Saturday morning, under a clear blue sky, The Brandeis Farmers Club hosted their first event in the Gosman parking lot. Over 500 people attended the Farmers’ Market that Gerrianna Cohen ’18, Market Manager of… Read More...

Heller panel educates on how to cope with high-stress careers

The Heller School for Social Policy and Management hosted a panel on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the pressures of working in a high-stress environment and provide advice for students on how to find balance in… Read More...

‘Handwritten’ shows promise for up-and-coming musician Shawn Mendes

Social media has taken over the lives of many teenagers in this generation. This is not necessarily a bad thing. Take a look at 16-year-old Shawn Mendes. Mendes is a singer/songwriter from Canada who got… Read More...

Tuition hikes should be judicious

On March 30, President Fred Lawrence sent an email to the Brandeis community outlining a 3.7 percent increase in annual billed charges to students for the next school year. With the increase in our tuition… Read More...

Womens’ colleges still relevant today

The recently announced decision to close Sweet Briar College has incited a movement of women and their allies who are passionately trying to save women’s colleges. Over the past 50 years, 186 women’s colleges have… Read More...

Students fight for Al-Quds partnership amid controversy

On Friday April 17, the Brandeis University & Al-Quds University Student Dialogue Initiative hosted a teach-in in President Fred Lawrence’s office waiting room. Students, alumni and faculty filled the room to express support for the… Read More...

‘Grace’ provides enlightening perspective on schizophrenia

With a book and music written and composed by Charlie Madison ’15, “Grace” debuted in the Senior Thesis Festival on Wednesday, April 22. The Festival allows seniors to showcase their theatrical talents, often through original… Read More...

Tips and tricks from Brandeis Alumnus, Chinese internet celebrity

Back in the United States, Jesse Appell ’12 headlined the Wednesday, April 22 International and Global Studies (IGS) department Meet the Majors event. An alumnus of the IGS department as well as the East Asian… Read More...
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