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ABIR wows, Kiiara disappoints at Fall Flex

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted ABIR and Kiiara on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the annual “Fall Flex” concert in the Shapiro Gym in Gosman. Despite flares of strobe lights and fog covering the stage… Read More...

Brandeis Study Abroad cancels Brandeis in the Hague program

UPDATED 9/14 at 1:30 PM On Aug. 6, the Brandeis Study Abroad office cancelled their “Brandeis in the Hague” program, according to J. Scott Van Der Meid, the Associate Dean of Study Abroad. The cancellation… Read More...

Fear the tutu

“I don’t cheat to win, I’d rather lose.” This past weekend in the finals of the U.S. Open, 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams lost to 20-year-old Naomi Osaka. She would be a junior in… Read More...

Student Union fall elections garner impressive voter turnout

UPDATED 9/14 3:30 PM The Student Union held their fall elections yesterday, giving students 24 hours—from 12 a.m. on Wednesday to 12 a.m. on Thursday—to vote. The ballots were sent out by email for students… Read More...

SEA brings sustainability on and off campus

Students for Environmental Action (SEA) is one of the largest student-run environmental groups on campus, lead by Co-Presidents Jeremy Goodsynder ’20 and Sophie Edelman ’21. Goodsynder is majoring in environmental studies and anthropology while Edelman… Read More...

Agreement between Graduate Student Union and administration to be put to vote

The Brandeis University Graduate Union has reached a tentative agreement with the university administration on a union contract, which, if ratified at the vote on Sept. 18, will go into effect on July 1 of… Read More...

Brandeis and Hampton Univ. receive $4 million grant to promote minorities in science

Hampton University, a private historically black university in Virginia, has received a near $4 million grant over six years from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to perform collaborative research with Brandeis as part of the… Read More...

Public health internship impacts local community

True to the spirit of Brandeis students, known for their ambitions both in the classroom and during their time off in the summer, many choose to spend their summers partaking in internships and accepting job… Read More...

Brandeis welcomes new Dean of Arts and Sciences

Brandeis welcomed new Dean of Arts and Sciences Dorothy L. Hodgson, who replaced previous Dean Susan Birren (BIOL) and began her term on Aug. 20. Hodgson is a professor of anthropology and was previously the… Read More...

Athletes should not be entirely to blame for doping charges

Growing up, I loved Maria Sharapova, a Russian tennis player. But in 2016, she was just another famous face that joined a long list of doping athletes who were pulled from their sport. Even though… Read More...
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