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Commencement speaker, honorary degree recipients announced

Deborah Lipstadt MA ’72, PhD ’76, will deliver the commencement address at Brandeis’ 68th commencement ceremony, according to an email from President Ron Liebowitz. Lipstadt, Rivka Carmi, Jon Landau ’68, Cixin Liu, Barbara Mandel P’73,… Read More...

Scholar speaks about the intersection of race, science and injustice

The History Makers and African and African-American Studies (AAAS) program welcomed Dorothy Roberts, an internationally recognized scholar and social justice advocate, to speak about the intersection of race, science and justice in the African American… Read More...

Brandeis named top Gilman Scholar institution

For the second year in a row, Brandeis has been listed as one of the top small colleges and universities for producing Gilman Scholars through the Gilman Scholarship Program. In the past five academic school… Read More...

All positions filled during first spring election

The first round of the spring elections saw all seven positions filled for the Executive board and other representatives in the student union. A total of 999 students voted in the election. In the Executive… Read More...

OSRL in search for new director, University Chaplain

Finalists for the Director of the Office Spiritual and Religious Life (OSRL) at Brandeis were announced in an email sent to the student body on March 14. The new director will serve as the University… Read More...

AAPI Studies program in the works

A new Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies program is set to begin at Brandeis in the 2019-2020 school year, according to Max Tang ’19, president of the Brandeis Asian American Task Force (BAATF). The… Read More...

Softball shuts out Eastern Nazarene

Earlier this week, the Judges defeated Eastern Nazarene College in a double header. According to an article by the Brandeis Judges website, Eastern Nazarene College scored the first run in both of the games in… Read More...

New app combines sustainability with grocery shopping

Going grocery shopping can be one of the most fun but difficult tasks in an adult’s life. How can one combine grocery shopping with environmental action to help sustain the planet? GreenChoice recently launched a… Read More...

Prof. proves that all hipsters look the same in study

Hipsters all look the same, learned Professor Jonathan Touboul (MATH) while conducting a study on non-conformist culture. When MIT Technology Review initially reviewed Touboul’s study, the article contained a stock photo of a bearded man… Read More...

2018-2019 Wien Scholars reflect on life at Brandeis during 60th anniversary

The 2018-2019 Wien Scholars spoke about their experiences at Brandeis as international students and transitioning from life outside the United States for the 60th anniversary of the Wien International Scholarship Program (WISP) on March 9… Read More...
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