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Summer Internship with Obama Campaign

Sarah Margulies ’15 understands the intangible benefits of working an unpaid internship. This summer she served as a Summer Organizing Fellow for the Obama campaign, combini… Read More...

Lady Antebellum brings country flair to Worcester

The trio Lady Antebellum is a monster in country music. They have been awarded Best Country Album at the Grammys for the country-pop crossover album “Need You Now,” and they… Read More...

Brandeis grad tackles both politics and science

Frances Colón PhD ’04, who came to study neurobiology at Brandeis, has taken full command of her education, building on her talents outside the laboratory to earn her new job as … Read More...

‘Deis equestrians a unique team, not club

Describing Brandeis’ equestrian team, captain Madeline Brown ’14 insists that many people “don’t understand the fact that it is a huge commitment and it is an athletic s… Read More...

Author David Bezmozgis discusses his novels on-campus

David Bezmozgis, renowned author of the novels “Natasha” and “The Free World,” came to campus this past Wednesday. He was invited by the Brandeis-Genesis Institute for … Read More...

Tóibín reads ‘The Master’ to a captivated audience

Esteemed novelist, playwright, journalist and scholar Colm Tóibín visited campus on Wednesday to read from his novel, “The Master.” Tóibín has won various awards from … Read More...

Jewish vote in elections past and present

Professor of American Jewish History Jonathan Sarna (NEJS) recently published his new book “When General Grant Expelled the Jews,” discussing the election of 1868 in compa… Read More...

Senior Lauren Gendzier completes nationally

Despite no ice rink on campus, Lauren Gendzier ’12 has found a way to enter the competitive world of synchronized skating, a sport defined by the U.S. Figure Skating Association … Read More...

University archives: uncovering women’s history

This past Wednesday, the Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections hosted a “Show and Tell Event” to celebrate women’s history and their contribution… Read More...

‘21 Jump Street’ plays with stereotypes

“21 Jump Street,” the newly released action-comedy film starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, manages to make everyday stereotypes funny again. The film is loosely based … Read More...

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