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Two students set off social media challenge to raise awareness of climate change

Carly Chernomorets ’16 and her best friend Abbie Goldberg ’16 posted a picture on Facebook on Jan. 30 that started a movement: the Climate Change Crop Top Challenge. In the pic… Read More...

Empowering Youth Through Business and Education: The Story of More Than Words

The nonprofit organization More Than Words came to Brandeis on Monday to give a presentation titled “Empowering Youth Through Business and Education: The Story of More Than Wo… Read More...

Students relay to fight cancer

Students attended Brandeis’ eighth annual Relay for Life in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center on Saturday, Jan. 23. A 24-hour fundraising event, the community comes to… Read More...

Website redesign will boost accessibility

Brandeis’ Web Team is in the process of redesigning the university website. Although the university homepage was redesigned in 2011, the website templates for departments an… Read More...

Committee on Asian American Pacific Islander Studies formed

Interim President Lisa Lynch sent out an email on Dec. 22 informing students about the “formation of a new Faculty-Student Committee on Asian American Pacific Islander Studie… Read More...

Brandeis explores new minor in Asian American Pacific Islander Studies

Interim President Lisa Lynch sent out an email on Dec. 22 informing students about the “formation of a new Faculty-Student Committee on Asian American Pacific Islander Studie… Read More...

Prof. discusses televangelists’ impact on African American women

Harvard Professor Marla Frederick visited Brandeis on Tuesday, Nov. 10 to present her research on televangelists and the help they provide to women who have experienced sexual t… Read More...

Lynch addresses sustainability and next steps after Climate Survey at town hall

At a student Town Hall on Wednesday night, Nov. 4, Interim President Lisa Lynch discussed a flyer campaign to raise awareness about services for survivors of sexual violence and s… Read More...

College Notebook: Chaplains reflect on BU religious tolerance event

Seventeen students came together to share their coming out experiences at Boston University’s School of Theology on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Students in the group Sacred Worth hos… Read More...

Professor Art’s political tenure

Professor Robert Art (POL) came to Brandeis in 1967, immediately after attending graduate school at Harvard. This was because, as Art said, “The Vietnam War was on at that time, … Read More...

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