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Masterfully directed and performed ‘Woyzeck’ fills theater with emotion

Paranoia. Guilt. Infidelity. Peas. What do all of these things have in common? This past weekend, the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts presented the play “Woyzeck” by Geo… Read More...

The pros of COMP classes

As all Brandeis students come to know, in the summer before arriving on campus they must write a timed essay in order to be placed into a University Writing Seminar (UWS), a requirem… Read More...

Club Spotlight: Campus Activities Board

Want to be more involved at Brandeis? Do you enjoy planning events and having the opportunity to host concerts and other fun events on campus? If so, the Campus Activities Board (CA… Read More...

Advantages of the a research help desk

Being a college student usually means a lot of homework, some of which will inevitably include writing a research paper or two (or more). For those who have never had to write one bef… Read More...

Federal funding for the sciences supports ground-breaking research

Have you ever wondered how much money goes into funding the scientific research that goes on at Brandeis? With seven departments and five interdepartmental programs in the scien… Read More...

Newest Waltham Group program educates to protect the environment

With the many issues that college students face today, it can be hard to find a balance between focusing on yourself and focusing on the environment around you. For Symbiosis, a pro… Read More...

Constructing A Summer Internship

For some, summer is the perfect time to relax and unwind after a long school year full of homework and studying. For others, like Renee Korgood ’20, it is the perfect opportunity t… Read More...

Prof. Conrad’s take on biomedical enhancements

Prof. Conrad of the sociology department at Brandeis has extensively studied and published on the topic of the medicalization of society, particularly the sociology of ADHD (atRead More...

Club Spotlight: Active Minds

Active Minds, a national club with a chapter on the Brandeis campus, is hard at work raising awareness and combating stigmas surrounding the topic of mental illness.

The vice presRead More...

The artist hero trope in Faulkner’s works

During her last semester at Brandeis, Sarah Levy ’17 is in the midst of writing her senior honors thesis. An English and creative writing major and art history minor, Levy is invoRead More...

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