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Blacklist Coffeehouse and Open Mic

The undergraduate literature and arts journal Blacklist celebrated the release of their second volume this year with an open microphone event at Chum’s on April 24. Blacklist has undergone major changes this year. “We basically… Read More...

Crowd Control’s semester show honors seniors

Crowd Control finished off their year of comedy performances with one last show on the evening of April 19 to say goodbye to their two graduating directors: Roy Shakerchi ’18 and Gabe Adler-Cohen ’18. Advertising… Read More...

International Center for Ethics celebrates its 20th anniversary

The International Center for Ethics celebrated its 20th anniversary on Monday, March 12, with the event “A Powerful Fire: Performances to Energize Our Next 20 Years,” which contained a variety of performers, panelists and a… Read More...

Babu Ayindo gives Arts and Peacebuilding presentation

Dr. Babu Ayindo, a Kenyan expert in conflict transformation and peacebuilding, is visiting Brandeis for a week, speaking at several events and classroom open sessions. In his first presentation on campus, Ayindo joined a session… Read More...

SPARKTank Awards $50,000 to Brandeis start-ups

SPARKTank 2018, the Brandeis International Business School’s fourth annual start-up pitch competition, awarded 10 teams of Brandeis students, faculty and staff a total of $50,000 to fund their start-ups. Brandeis and greater Boston area community… Read More...

Amy Singer appointed Hassenfeld Chair in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies

Leading scholar of Ottoman history, Amy Singer, will fill the Sylvia K. Hassenfeld Chair position in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at Brandeis University in the summer of 2019, according to a BrandeisNOW article. Previously… Read More...
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