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New English course explores medieval play and LARPing

Full cosplay, foam swords and a bear, oh my! Professor Dorothy Kim (ENG) offered the course “Medieval Play: Drama, LARP, and Video Games” for the first time this semester. Any cosplay and video game lover… Read More...

Science Communication Lab supports Brandeis community

For students on the science track, it is possible to overlook the importance of communication skills when handling so many rigorous classes. With a writing intensive credit coming from Biology Lab, a lot of science… Read More...

Federal gun regulation should follow in Massachusetts’ steps

Every time I check the news, there always seem to be two topics that I always read about: the Trump administration and another mass shooting. I’m not surprised by the former; President Trump always has… Read More...

Lecture remembers pioneer of women in science

Members of the Brandeis community gathered at the Women’s Studies Research Center to hear Dr. Pnina Geraldine Abir-Am speak about the legacy of Carolyn Cohen, the first woman professor of biology at Brandeis. Cohen was… Read More...

What is at the intersection of psychology and prejudice?

Everyone has preconceived notions about the world around us; it is a fact. But where do these prejudices stem from and why do they exist? Jeremy Simon, a Ph.D. candidate in Psychology, was one of… Read More...

University Press of New England to close after 50 years

After being founded almost half a century ago, the University Press of New England (UPNE) will close at the end of the calendar year due to financial instability, according to an article from Publishers Weekly.… Read More...

10 million scholarship grant to be given to Japanese scholars

Former alumnus Toshizo “Tom” Watanabe ’73 recently donated $10 million to Brandeis to create the Toshizo Watanabe International Scholarship Program (TWISP), a scholarship to assist graduates and undergraduates from Japan to study at Brandeis, according… Read More...

Women’s cross country places sixth at nationals

After a chilly race at Lake Breeze Golf Course in Wisconsin, the women’s cross country team dominated at nationals, earning sixth place in the country. Having been ranked 11th prior to the meet, the Judges… Read More...

Women’s cross country earns nationals bid, men finish season

UPDATED 11/17 at 10:17 p.m. The 12th ranked women’s cross country team ran their way to a fourth place finish out of 57 teams at the 2018 NCAA Division III New England Championships, held at… Read More...

Former senator speaks about disability work

Former Democratic congressman of Iowa, Tom Harkin, spoke to the Brandeis community twice on Wednesday discussing the results of Tuesday’s midterm elections, his history as a congressman and social policy related to the Americans with… Read More...
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