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Brandeis rebrands with updated seal, narrative

Brandeis introduced an updated seal and logo on Wednesday in an effort to become more recognizable outside the Brandeis community, said Mark Neustadt, a marketer with Neustadt Creative Marketing who presented the logo to students,… Read More...

Slaughter in suburbia: ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ kills

Everyday challenges of suburban life—like parenting, keeping up with work and, of course, killing people for food—are struggles Drew Barrymore’s character in “Santa Clarita Diet” faces in every episode. But the show, which centers around… Read More...

Brandeis already mostly complying with proposed bills

Brandeis is largely in compliance with two bills on sexual misconduct and sexual violence before the Massachusetts legislature, according to Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) Sonia Juardo. The two bills would require… Read More...

Brandeis searches for Athletics Director, Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Brandeis has begun its search for a new athletics director and the vice provost for student affairs (VPSA), Provost Lisa Lynch announced to the Brandeis community on April 26. Brandeis hopes to have final candidates… Read More...

Union swears in new members

Brandeis Student Union representatives gathered in the Shapiro Campus Center Multi-Purpose Room on Thursday to speak about the achievements of the Union over the past year, and to swear in the new Union members. Student… Read More...

Students call for univ. action on discrimination

Brandeis students gathered at the top of the Rabb steps to stand in solidarity with the students protesting at Johns Hopkins University and Yale University and to ask the Brandeis community to recognize racialized policing… Read More...

27 candidates run to fill 18 open positions

Elections for 18 open positions on the Student Union started at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. A total of 27 different students are running for 10 open seats on the senate, five open seats on the… Read More...

CEEF accepts new projects, displays old

The Community Enhancement and Emergency Fund (CEEF) will be accepting ideas for student initiated community enhancement projects until Sept. 15. The CEEF fund contains $250,000, $100,000 of which goes to student projects while $150,000 goes… Read More...

Expert discusses Trump on North Korea and Iran’s nuclear programs

Chief U.S. negotiator between the U.S. and North Korea in the early 1990s and Brandeis Masters and Ph.D. graduate Robert Gallucci ’68 Ph.D. ’74 discU.S.sed President Donald Trump’s strategies in North Korea and Iran on… Read More...

Local Politicians speak on engaging in politics

Local politicians, including Waltham’s mayor, two state representatives and one state senator, spoke on engaging in politics—and their experience in passing legislation to make it easier for victims of sexual abuse to come forward. State… Read More...
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