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Art project reflects on educational journeys

It is never easy to combine the natural sciences with the fine arts. Some would even wonder what that intersection would look like. To Sarah Valente (GRAD), it is a matter of looking beyond just… Read More...

New security systems to be added online

Information Technology Services (ITS) have implemented Duo two-factor authentication in an attempt to better secure access to Brandeis University systems, according to an email sent to Brandeis students. With Duo, members of the Brandeis community… Read More...

Track and field digs deep at indoor conference meet

This past weekend, Brandeis hosted all the other teams in the University Athletic Association (UAA) at the indoor conference track and field meet. Both the men’s and women’s teams placed fourth overall in the stacked… Read More...

‘Sex in the Dark’ looks to promote sexual wellness

A little darkness always adds an element of mystery and excitement. “Sex in the Dark,” an event co-hosted by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and Student Sexuality Information Services (SSIS), is a question and answer… Read More...

Sodexo updates procedures after mislabeling

A dining station in Lower Usdan displayed “gluten-free” labeling while listing and serving foods that contained gluten on Nov. 8 last semester. A student with celiac disease—an autoimmune disease in which the gluten protein causes… Read More...

Podcast looks into life after college

One of the most stressful times in a young professional’s life is trying to find a way to stay afloat after graduation. Professor Andy Molinsky (IBS), a professor of Organizational Behavior and International Management at… Read More...

Neuroscience professor honored with National Academy of Sciences Award

UPDATED: 2/9 3:00 PM Eve Marder ’69, the Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of Neuroscience, was awarded the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Award in the Neurosciences earlier this year. Known as one of the… Read More...

Fencing splits on the weekend

Both the men’s and women’s teams split this past weekend at the Eric Sollee Invitational at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Schools also in attendance at the tournament were Yeshiva University, Hunter College, Haverford College,… Read More...

Ansel Adams exhibit combines photography and environmentalism

There are few things in life that I love more than pretty pictures and good music. As an aspiring photographer, I always love to look at the works of famous photographers and see how nice… Read More...

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion names Office of Equal Opportunity Director

Sonia Jurado will become the inaugural Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) on March 18, 2019, according to an email sent out to the Brandeis community by Mark Brimhall-Vargas, the Chief Diversity Officer… Read More...
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