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A behind-the-scenes look at Orientation

After a long summer break, Brandeis students have finally returned to school, where new faces have flooded the campus. In order to help mitigate the uncomfortable transition from a different educational setting, first-year and transfer… Read More...

Princeton Review names Brandeis top school for community service

In its 2016 issue “The Best 380 Colleges,” The Princeton Review named Brandeis University the number one school for community service. The Princeton Review surveyed students at hundreds of colleges to complete this ranking for… Read More...

Student Union President Nyah Macklin ’16 is prepared for new school year

Nyah Macklin ’16 was sworn in as Student Union President on April 22 at the spring 2015 State of the Union address as Sneha Walia ’15 passed her the symbolic torch. With only several days… Read More...

10 Boston arts venues to visit before graduating from Brandeis

Art is everywhere, especially in Boston. The city is home to many arts venues, from concert halls to theaters to museums. Below is a list of the main arts spots I think every student should… Read More...

First-years look forward to campus arts opportunities

We rarely get to know our new Brandeisians until the first few months of the new semester have flown by. I interviewed some of our newest students about their relationship with art. Meet Zach Gordon… Read More...

Students can find inspiration from others

In the midst of packing for my return to school and relishing the last few days I had to spend at home with my family, the Civil Rights leader Julian Bond passed away. Learning about… Read More...

Athletes show their academic valor

Four Brandeis student-athletes have been named to the 2015 University Athletic Association Presidents Council Scholar-Athlete Team. This marks the seventh annual UAA Presidents Council Scholar team, which is comprised of 92 student-athletes from all eight… Read More...

Orientation for All

Each person comes away from Orientation with something different. Brandeis Orientation often brings to mind spirit rallies, Dean Jamele Adams’ slam poetry, inspirational talks by administrators and authors, glorious sunsets as the campus undergoes the… Read More...

‘Lazarus Effect’ falls flat

“The Lazarus Effect,” a psychological horror film from the directors of “Insidious” and “Paranormal Activity,” came out this February and just reached DVD this summer. The film documents four scientists and their videographer as they… Read More...

Ford Hall: the historic student center

The buildings on Brandeis’ campus are known for being a melting pot of architectural styles. As buildings are constructed and updated over the years, they contribute to a unique landscape. The variation in styles between… Read More...
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