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TRII provides legal aid to immigrants, opportunities for students

Undergraduate students, especially those without connections to professional lawyers, rarely have the opportunity to gain practical legal experience. Immigrants, even tho… Read More...

Christina Hoff Sommers speaks on feminism

For conservative feminist Christina Hoff Sommers Ph.D. ’79, discrimination based on gender is not just a women’s issue. Men, too, face sexism in the workplace, especially i… Read More...

‘And Then There Were None’ to run only one night of five scheduled performances

UPDATED 4/13 at 4:40 p.m.

The Undergraduate Theater Collective’s (UTC) production of “And Then There Were None” will have one performance on Saturday night, April 14, rat… Read More...

Student talents shine in Brandeis Korean Student Association’s annual showcase

With cool, sharp dance moves and quick hip-hop beats in contrast to elegant, graceful, traditional dancing showcased at this year’s K-Nite, the Brandeis Korean community pro… Read More...

University holds active shooter training

University police, the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo) and Waltham emergency responders conducted an active-shooter drill in the library on Wednesday, March 21.

Adm… Read More...

This Week in the Senate: March 18

Senators voted to charter the Basketball Club and grant the Swimming Club another period of probation during the March 18 senate meeting. Senators also discussed the “bunny sh… Read More...

Students run for Union Vice President and junior representative. to the Board of Trustees

Vice President
Aaron Finkel
Finkel ’20 is a Senator-at-Large, as well as the Executive Senator and the chair of the Services and Outreach committee. He was first elected to the S… Read More...

BC3 welcomes community to celebrate Chinese New Year

To celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, Brandeis Chinese Cultural Connection (BC3) hosted a lively night of comedy, traditional and popular Chinese music and fashion, welcomi… Read More...

NuDay Syria founder delivers ’DEIS Impact keynote

NuDay Syria founder and activist Nadia Alawa delivered the keynote speech for ’DEIS Impact, discussing her own humanitarian action and how she came to found a non-profit to hel… Read More...

Poet, activist Amal Kassir performs at ‘DEIS Impact

Amal Kassir, a Syrian-American slam poet and activist, spoke to a crowd of students gathered in the SCC on Saturday, Feb. 3 as part of the annual ’DEIS Impact festival of social ju… Read More...

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