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Colin Jost charms parents and students alike with a solid set

I’ll admit, I’m not the biggest Colin Jost fan. Since gaining a spot on Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update” in 2014, Jost has struggled to exude the charisma so many c… Read More...

Crenshaw delivers thought-provoking lecture on intersectionality

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, the influential scholar who coined the term “intersectionality,” received the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler prize on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Crensh… Read More...

Audience falls for X Ambassadors and Great Good Fine Ok

A crowd of students and community members filled the Shapiro Gym on the evening of Friday, Oct. 21, eager to see what the night would bring to them. The headlining act, alternative r… Read More...

Undergraduate Theater Collective breathes life into its performance of ‘Blithe Spirit’

Navigating the relationship between ex- and current lovers can be tricky. Jealousy, insecurity and doubt create tense dynamics, and nobody wants to be caught in the middle. Turn … Read More...

OPS, Title IX search for senior position replacements

The position of Title IX Investigator and Compliance Officer is vacant following the recent departure of Rebecca Tillar. The search to fill this post, the senior investigator po… Read More...

Hold Thy Peace reinvents Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’

With its captivating production of “Hamlet,” Brandeis’ Shakespeare troupe Hold Thy Peace has reinvented a classic show to create a meaningful and eerie performance.

The … Read More...

Rookie Borgert helps volleyball to 13-11 record

Women’s volleyball played a two-day tournament in Amherst over the weekend, going 2-1 with notable showings from players on both days. Coming off an 0-4 weekend at the second UnRead More...

Liebowitz says ‘Buyer Beware’ decision is consistent with draft free expression principles

UPDATED 10/28

The replacement of the play “Buyer Beware” with a spring course dealing with the challenging issues it evokes is consistent with the “spirit” of the non-po… Read More...

Enthusiasm for Crenshaw surpasses space in Rapaporte Treasure Hall

This past week marked Kimberlé Crenshaw’s residency on campus to receive the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize. She attended various events throughout the week, all of which pr… Read More...

Panel recounts JFK’s revolutionary policies concerning people with intellectual disabilities

This past Monday, Oct. 23, the Heller School hosted a panel titled “JFK and Another Civil Rights Movement: People with Intellectual Disabilities” to discuss how John F. Kenn… Read More...

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