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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 wh… Read More...

Office of Prevention Services issues sexual assault prevention training

This past Tuesday, Aug. 18, the Office of Prevention Services sent out an invitation to the entire student body to complete an online sexual assault prevention training. In an ema… Read More...

TripAdvisor CEO speaks on entrepreneurship

On Wednesday evening, April 22 in the Shapiro Admissions Center, the Hiatt Career Center welcomed Steve Kaufman, parent of a 2013 Brandeis graduate, the founder and CEO of TripAd… Read More...

Univ. should focus less on business programs

Institutions always look to have some sort of identity—a brand, a slogan—something marketable. If someone wants a nice car, they’re going to look at a BMW or Mercedes even i… Read More...

Administrators should stay reserved on social media

Ever since we became friends with Tom, or perhaps since Mark Zuckerberg screwed his friends out of millions of dollars, or we got our first retweet, social media and networks have b… Read More...

Peeping Toms return to East

Last week, two separate reports of a Peeping Tom were made by East Quad residents to Public Safety. The first report was made on Wednesday, March 18, in the afternoon, by a student in … Read More...

Bronstein week disturbs our academic needs

With the change in the weather comes students and groups looking to take advantage of it and hang out outside. Even somewhat moderate conditions, such as those over the past week, b… Read More...

Student activists should go national to get voices heard

Brandeis has a large population of students who are passionate about issues occurring on campus, around the country and across the globe. For the most part, these students take ac… Read More...

University’s lack of assurance on e-privacy troubling

One somewhat interesting news story that has been making the rounds over the past week surrounds the use of emails. Hillary Clinton, in her term as secretary of state, used only her … Read More...

University should encourage lifelong learning

As I’ve started to apply for summer internships, I’ve not only found the whole process of looking for a summer activity, along with searching for an idea of a career for the rest … Read More...

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