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Club Feature: Cheerleading

For Brandeisians who frequent basketball games, the Cheerleading Club is hard to miss.

President Caleb Dafilou ’17 described the group as a “small, co-ed team that attends b… Read More...

A conservative perspective: What is the most important environmental issues in this election and what actions do you hope to see from the next president?

The Great Green Debate

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each hold distinct views on the environment in their campaigns for the upcoming election. However, while many liberals in … Read More...

Meet the DCL community

DCL: what we know and what we should know

What is DCL?

DCL is the Department of Community Living, or more specifically, the department responsible for residential life on the BrandRead More...

International students arrive on campus

Soon, our beautiful Brandeis campus will be welcoming many new students. While many students will come from the United States, nearly 20 percent will hail from outside the countr… Read More...

Graduate Student Association represents, advocates

What is the GSA? Most Brandeis undergraduate students might be unsure of what this acronym stands for. The GSA, or Graduate Student Association helps to represent graduate stude… Read More...

Prof Timothy Hickey ‘77 brings innovation to computer science dep’t

Among all the esteemed professors at Brandeis, Professor Timothy Hickey ’77 (COSI) has one of the most interesting backgrounds. As a former Brandeisian he took interest in subRead More...

Professor Mirsky combines academia with religion

If you ever want to take a Near Eastern and Judaic Studies (NEJS) class, you may want to consider one of Professor’s Yehudah Mirsky’s courses. Prof. Mirsky (NEJS) specializes … Read More...

Prof. Habibi recalls exciting, fulfilling experiences in economics

Prof. Nader Habibi (ECON) is a professor in the Economics department at Brandeis. Prof. Habibi’s scholarship focuses on the Middle East region, where he investigates the econ… Read More...

SEA highlight importance of recognizing environmental issues

Currently, Students for Environmental Action (SEA) is the largest environmental group on campus that “brings various environmentalists together in an effort to make Brande… Read More...

Mountain club connects students to the outdoors

Brandeis students often tend to lead busy lives; they go to class, eat in the dining hall and go to the library to study. For many, most of the day is spent indoors, away from the bucoli… Read More...

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