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Secretary general of Israel’s Labor Party calls for a two-state solution

Anyone who cares about promoting a peaceful relationship between Israel and its neighbors and wants to secure the future for Israel as a Jewish, Democratic state should be in support of a two-state solution, according… Read More...

Faith leader and advocate discusses intersection between environmental and social justice

Environmental justice and social justice are inherently linked and interdependent, according to an ecological justice advocate who spoke on Monday in Rapaporte Treasure Hall as part of ’Deis IMPACT. Reverend Mariama White-Hammond, a faith leader… Read More...

Artist talks about the process of creating interdisciplinary art

Art is a medium for expressing interdisciplinary ideas in a creative and cohesive way, according to artist David Kim, who spoke in Goldman Schwartz Art Auditorium on Wednesday afternoon. Kim, who previously worked as a… Read More...

Meet the winter election candidates

Executive Board: Secretary Simran Tatuskar ’21 Tatuskar is currently co-chair for the Health and Safety Committee on the Union and has been a part of many projects through her position, including getting condoms put in… Read More...

Community members gather for MLK day celebration

Students, faculty and guests of diverse backgrounds came together at the “13th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial: There Is No Him Without Us” show on Monday night to hear from guest speakers… Read More...

Schuster Institute shuts down

After nearly 15 years of non-profit investigative journalism, the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism shut down last month. Founded in 2004, the institute was the country’s first investigative reporting center based at a university. The… Read More...

Scholar lectures on navigating gender bias

A Brandeis WSRC Scholar, Edie Chears, Ph.D., shared advice for women navigating gender bias in the workplace on Tuesday in Lieberman-Miller Lecture Hall. Chears, a researcher on women’s advancement and improving human performance, lectured about… Read More...

Academics discuss challenges facing democracy

Three authors met to discuss their separate research on the state of democracy and to evaluate how all of their works intersect in a panel event, “Democracy in Danger,” on Nov. 19 in Rapaporte Treasure… Read More...

Brandeis celebrates 9th Kindness Day

The Brandeis community came together to celebrate Brandeis’ ninth Annual Kindness Day this Thursday. Students, faculty and staff set up stations around campus that provided creative ways to recognize and uplift various members within the… Read More...

Voter absentee jamboree informs students on how to vote absentee

The Brandeis library’s Public Services hosted their annual “Voter Absentee Jamboree” at the front desk of Goldfarb Library, where five rotating staff members distributed state specific forms and assisted students in the process of becoming… Read More...
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