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All sports clubs should be considered club sports

In the world of college varsity athletics, those of us who don’t have the elusive title of “varsity athlete” are considered NARPs, non-athletic regular people. As a Division III school that is in a conference… Read More...

‘It’s Time’ provides much-needed comedic relief on campus

UPDATED 10/19 at 5:33 p.m. For days leading up to Oct. 13, 2018, organizers Perry Letourneau ’20 and Dane Leoniak ’20 had posted on a Facebook page event counting down to “It’s Time.” The event… Read More...

Students interrupt classrooms in protest of sexual violence

Demonstrators with #deisbelieve interrupted at least three classrooms on Monday, carrying signs and banners advocating against sexual violence, before holding a sit-in at the Shapiro Campus Center (SCC) atrium. The hashtag #deisbelieve refers to an… Read More...

‘Manifest’ converges ideas of faith and religion

When the first trailer for “Manifest” was released, it seemed to follow a very similar plotline that the hit show “Lost” followed. With speculation about the true inspiration that creator Jeff Rake had in creating… Read More...

Administration urges Brandeis community to stand together

In an email released to the Brandeis community on Tuesday, Oct. 9, President Ron Liebowitz reflected on the recent events in Washington, D.C. that have provoked serious arguments in the U.S. Liebowitz emphasizes that even… Read More...

Center for German and European Studies celebrates its 20th anniversary

The Center for German and European Studies (CGES) celebrated its 20th anniversary with guest speaker, Emily Haber, the German Ambassador to the United States. Members of the Brandeis and German communities gathered to celebrate this… Read More...

Students stand in solidarity with sexual assault survivors

Students dressed mostly in black and wearing strips of purple duct tape—some over their mouths—gathered on the Rabb steps on Monday in a demonstration advocating for survivors of sexual assault. Between class periods, students traveling… Read More...

Gittler Prize award-winner speaks on race demographics in education

Members of the Brandeis community and Waltham High School gathered to hear Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, this year’s recipient of the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize Award, speak about the impact of the demographic… Read More...

Man exposes himself to Brandeis community member

A male exposed himself to a Brandeis community member, said an email sent by Director of Public Safety Edward M. Callahan. The incident occured on Oct. 1 on South Street near Boston Children’s Hospital Waltham.… Read More...

Four join the Brandeis Board of Trustees

Four new members have been elected to the Board of Trustees, and each will serve a four year term. The new trustees, Fran Bermanzohn ’78, Bram Shapiro, Cynthia Berenson and Jayne Beker joined the board… Read More...
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