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Mayoral candidate Stanley describes vision for city

State Representative and Waltham mayoral candidate Tom Stanley spoke to students and community members on Monday, Oct. 8 at an event co-sponsored by Hunger and Homelessness, a club of Waltham Group. Stanley, a Democrat, served… Read More...

Dharmic prayer space opens in SCC after years of controversy

A Dharmic prayer space opened in the Shapiro Campus Center on Monday, Sept. 21, following several years of controversy over the appropriate location of this space. Located in the former art gallery, the room will… Read More...

SU survey stresses importance of financial aid

This week, the Student Union sent out a survey to the student body to gather data about students’ use of financial aid and its impact on all aspects of their daily life, both at Brandeis… Read More...

Prof. Hill and Pogrebin ’59 discuss feminist generational disconnect

Professor Anita Hill (HS) and author Letty Cottin Pogrebin ’59 held a discussion focused on the changing dynamics of feminism, Judaism and social justice over the course of generations. Both Hill and Pogrebin are prominent… Read More...

Brandeis works toward completion of renovations

The Brandeis campus underwent quite a few changes over the summer. In an email to the Brandeis community on Aug. 31, Vice President of Operations Jim Gray outlined the changes that took place. The university… Read More...

Heller panel educates on how to cope with high-stress careers

The Heller School for Social Policy and Management hosted a panel on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the pressures of working in a high-stress environment and provide advice for students on how to find balance in… Read More...

Student Union leadership speaks candidly about future

Sneha Walia ’15 delivered the State of the Union Address on Wednesday night, April 22 and swore in President-elect Nyah Macklin ’16. Both Macklin and Walia emphasized the importance of bridging the divide between university… Read More...

SEAD holds Alzheimer’s awareness week

Brandeis Students to End Alzheimer’s (SEAD) held an Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Week at Brandeis, rallying the community in support of those who suffer from the neurodegenerative disease. Over five million Americans currently have Alzheimer’s, but… Read More...

Sodexo must move beyond change in name only

Much has been written about Sodexo’s inability to provide good-tasting, healthy food. It is true that they have made some progress, or at least that they have tried to convince us that they have. By… Read More...

“The Phantom Holocaust” exposes forgotten Soviet Films

Olga Gershenson, associate professor of Judaic Studies at UMass Amherst, presented a talk highlighting Soviet-made Holocaust films in the Mandel Atrium on Monday night, April 13. Gershenson discussed the use of art to keep memories… Read More...
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