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Brandeis under review for reaccreditation

Brandeis is currently under review by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Every 10 years, the university is required to undergo a mandatory review to maintain their accreditation. Accreditation is seen as “constructive… Read More...

Professor speaks about assisted death in North America

Professor Anita Hannig (ANTH) was joined by members of the Brandeis community to discuss her ongoing research in medical aid-in-dying. Hannig went on sabbatical last semester to pursue her research, mainly residing in Oregon and… Read More...

The Brandeis Bagel ‘schmears’ memes across social media

Step aside, Gravity magazine—there’s a new satirical platform on campus for all the latest memes. “The Brandeis Bagel,” started by Dane Leoniak ’20 and Perry Letourneau ’20, posts daily on Instagram and Facebook with joking… Read More...

Greek life members wear pins to support survivors of sexual assault

Members of sororities and fraternities could be seen wearing “these letters believe survivors” pins and apparel displaying their Greek letters on Tuesday, in solidarity with the national movement supporting survivors of sexual assault. The idea… Read More...

Students rally to maintain trans rights

Members of the Brandeis community gathered outside the Usdan Student Center for a Trans Rights Rally following a memo that was released by the White House. The memo stated that “Sex means a person’s status… Read More...

Create@Brandeis looks to bring departments together

The Office of the Arts recently launched their Create@Brandeis Instagram on Aug. 31 as a way to increase relations between varying departments across the university and spread the word about creative projects on campus. This… Read More...

Photojournalists document the reality of immigrants entering Germany, U.S.

Students and members of the Brandeis community gathered to hear two photojournalists speak about their personal journeys through documenting the lives of immigrants in Germany and Mexico. Jacobia Dahm is a German photojournalist who is… Read More...

How to use our privilege for good

I was raised in an upper middle-class town outside of Chicago. I walked a few blocks to elementary school when I was younger with my friends, not having to worry about my safety every step… Read More...

Fencing team opens season strong

The Brandeis Fencing team started their 2018-2019 season at Smith College this past Sunday, Oct. 28, at the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference Fall Invitational, nicknamed “The Big One” by participants. This tournament marked the… Read More...

Brandeis releases free speech and expression principles

The Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to adopt the “Principles of Free Speech and Free Expression,” a set of six principles that guide free expression on campus, according to President Ron Liebowitz in an email… Read More...
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