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Hoot Halloween Guide

Whether you’re a ghost or goblin, witch or wizard, Halloween is a holiday where everyone gets to put their spookiest face forward. And the best way to do Halloween is to commit 100 percent to… Read More...

No website is safe, says alumni lecturer

No website is safe, not even brandeis.edu.  That idea was the focus of Walt Mossberg’s ’69 lecture on “ad tech”—technology that allows companies to track a user’s data. The Oct. 22 lecture before about 80… Read More...

In a shocking twist, ‘Riverdale’ finally had a good episode

“Riverdale” is a dumpster fire of a show. Every time the series trends on social media, it is to mock the poor choices the writers make, from lines so dorky no one would ever say… Read More...

PARC holds bystander training

The Brandeis Prevention, Advocacy and Resource Center (PARC) held a discussion of the proper ways to respond when someone shares their experience with sexual assault on Tuesday, Oct. 8.  Only 3.7 percent of undergraduates and… Read More...

Conan Gray is a voice worth hearing

Conan Gray, proclaimed the “ascendant king of sad boy pop” by “i-D” and the “prince of sad boy pop” by “Teen Vogue,” is the next up-and-coming artist to keep an eye on. Gray started as… Read More...

Meet the Brandeis Writers in Residence

The Brandeis Writers in Residence are phenomenal people with interesting stories and incredible writing abilities. Brandeis hosts two Writers in Residence, one in poetry and one in novel writing. The Jacob Ziskind Poet in Residence… Read More...

Philanthropist discusses work in Heller’s 60th anniversary celebration

Dr. Carmen Rojas spoke about her lifetime spent fighting for the rights of working people in a keynote address to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management. David Weil,… Read More...

Writer-in-residence Grace Talusan discusses memoir ‘The Body Papers’

Grace Talusan is Brandeis’ new Fannie Hurst Writer-in-Residence in the Department of English. She has turned her story into a powerful memoir, “The Body Papers,” which she read excerpts from at an event hosted by… Read More...

Charli XCX’s album fails to meet expectations

I bought my tickets to see Charli XCX on her headline tour the minute they went on sale in June. Now that the album “Charli” has dropped, I’m starting to question that decision.  Prior to… Read More...

New VP of operations to join Brandeis in October

Brandeis hired its new vice president of campus operations, Lois A. Stanley, who will begin her new role on Oct. 15. Stanley’s responsibilities include overseeing “Facilities Services, Public Safety, Capital Programs, Events Management, Dining Services,… Read More...
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