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Howard C. Stevenson named 2020 Gittler Prize winner

Nationally recognized clinical psychologist and researcher of racial stress, Howard C. Stevenson, is the winner of the 2020 Gittler Prize, according to a BrandeisNOW article.  “Not only has Howard Stevenson brought a better understanding to… Read More...

Study shows walking more leads to better sleep

Increasing the number of steps an individual walks every day has been linked to deeper sleep, Alycia Sullivan Bisson (GRAD) found in a recent Brandeis study that looked at the effects of exercise on a… Read More...

DelPonte announces resignation as head softball coach

Danielle DelPonte, the head coach for the women’s softball team since 2016, announced her resignation in December 2019 to pursue other career options, according to a press release by Brandeis Athletics.  “[DelPonte’s] departure is certainly… Read More...

Professor comments on tensions between Iran and US

Tensions between the United States and Iran have been escalating after a series of airstrikes killed both Iranian and American people. Brandeis Professor Nadar Habibi (ECON) commented on the current situation in an article from… Read More...

Track and field teams place second at annual Reggie Poyau Invitational

Last weekend, the Judges hosted the annual Reggie Poyau Memorial Invitational at the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center. Both the men’s and women’s teams finished in second place. The men’s team finished second with 83… Read More...

Martin Luther King Interfaith Day of Service celebrates 10 years

As most Americans use Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a day without work and a chance to sleep in, members of the Brandeis community will gather on campus to honor Dr. King’s legacy… Read More...

Ten years later, I’m still upset about ‘Inception’: an open letter to Christopher Nolan

I will admit it: I’m not the biggest movie buff. I estimate that I step into a movie theater about once a year. But “Inception” is a film that I love to watch every few… Read More...

Survey shows extracurricular participation affects academic performance

Participation in extracurricular activities is among the top five factors that affect individual academic performance at Brandeis, a survey conducted through the American College Health Association (ACHA) in fall 2018 found. Leah Berkenwald ’07, the… Read More...

Hoot’s winter in …

Iceland  Sabrina Chow Don’t get me wrong. I love being from the Midwest. The overly-polite stereotypes, flat lands and four lane highways are some of my favorite things to return to after being in Massachusetts… Read More...

Why I stayed: Sarah Lupis

Since Brandeis opened its doors in 1948, tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of Brandeisians have come to complete their education. But after they graduate, Brandeis is oftentimes just a distant memory, an alma mater… Read More...
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