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Mira T. Lee visits Brandeis to read passages from her book, “Everything is Beautiful”

Mira T. Lee read a few chapters from her critically acclaimed debut novel, “Everything is Beautiful,” at Brandeis this week. Lee’s book illustrates a young woman’s descent into psychosis from multiple perspectives, including first and… Read More...

Brandeis library announces eliminated and reduced overdue fines, including new Food for Fines program

The library announced a new fines program that eliminates “nuisance” fines, reduces expensive fines and accepts food pantry donations in place of fines. Brenda Cummings, director of public services at the Brandeis library, described the… Read More...

‘More Weight’ reminds us of current political climate

The Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center’s Kniznick Gallery is currently featuring “More Weight,” a thought-provoking solo exhibition by Philadelphia artist Rachel Stern. The gallery was transformed, decorated with royal blue carpeting and richly colored draping… Read More...
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