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Pres. Lawrence discusses rising tuition costs

University President Frederick Lawrence joined Jim Braude and Margery Eagan of Boston Public Radio on Nov. 20 to discuss the cost of a higher education and what makes Brandeis a unique institution.

The interview was conducted as part of a … Read More...

French and German campus organizations combine to host Franco-German unity party

The Brandeis French and Francophone Club teamed up with the Center of German European studies to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of World War I by hosting the Franco-German Unity Party on Thursday, Nov. 20, in the SCC Atrium.

Professor Sabine … Read More...

Brandeis police arrest suspicious person

A man in his mid-forties was arrested for trespassing on the Brandeis campus and transported to the Waltham Police Department at midday on Monday Oct. 27. The person was in the Usdan Student Center for several hours before a custodial … Read More...

J Street U discusses ‘What is Occupation?’

On Wednesday evening, Oct. 29, J Street U Brandeis hosted the event “What is Occupation?” which was open to the entire Brandeis community in the Pearlman Lounge. The assembled members and visitors discussed various definitions of occupation: what it is, … Read More...

Students hope for more univ. action on environment

An Environmental and Service Reflection lunch was held in room 313 of the SCC on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 22 to commemorate past service and impact, as well as to discuss new ideas for environmental service and changes on the Brandeis … Read More...

Brandeis fills gaps in health and wellness policies

Brandeis’ newly implemented health and wellness initiatives were created to improve deficiencies in specifically lacking areas and have been welcomed by students and faculty as a positive step in increasing emotional and physical support to the Brandeis community.

Andrew Flagel, … Read More...

Debate team hosts info session and demo debate

In an orchestrated competition of ideas and free ice cream, the Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society (BADASS) hosted an information session and demo debate this past week.

At first glance, the lecture hall in Mandel could have been just … Read More...

Department of Community Living welcomes new director

The newest face in the Brandeis community is Timothy Touchette, the new director of community living. Touchette began working at Brandeis on Aug. 11, in plenty of time for the 2014 Fall semester.

Touchette’s duties include overseeing the management and … Read More...

Diane Hessan receives Asper Award from IBS for outstanding entrepreneurship

The International Business School (IBS) at Brandeis has recognized Diane Hessan for her outstanding entrepreneurship with the Asper Award for Global Entrepreneurship. Brandeis IBS Dean Magid presented her with the award on Thursday, April 3.

Len Asper ’86 established the … Read More...

Rugrats producer visits campus, proves his exciting spirit still lives

In a display of both hilarity and nostalgia, Paul Germain, the creator and writer behind celebrated childhood TV shows “Rugrats” and “Recess,” visited Levin Ballroom on Monday evening to share his story. As part of the successful launch of Bronstein … Read More...

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