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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...

Brandeis welcomes largest first-year class ever

On Aug. 26, the Brandeis campus welcomed 907 new students and 35 transfer students, the largest first-year class in the school’s history. Almost 100 Orientation Leaders (OLs), 77 Community Advisors (CAs) and various administrative staff… Read More...

Economics and sustainability abroad

Many college students jump at the first opportunity to participate in a study abroad program. Living in a city of your choice, and picking from almost anywhere in the world is an amazing opportunity to… Read More...

The Princeton Review ranks Brandeis as one of top colleges in U.S.

Brandeis has been ranked one of the top 384 universities in the country and one of the top universities in the Northeastern region in the “The Best 384 Colleges” book, published annually by The Princeton… Read More...

New members join president’s office staff

Four new members, William R. O’Reilly, Carol Onorato, Meghan Alvarez de Sotomayor and Orla O’Brien, have been appointed as staff to the Office of the President, according to an email sent out by President Liebowitz… Read More...

Climate change could change the technological world as we know it

Since Scott Pruitt resigned as head administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), former deputy administrator Andrew Wheeler has stepped up as the current acting head administrator. Environmental activists and Democrats are holding their breath… Read More...

Meet the CORE Committee

Each year as a wide-eyed group of new first-year and transfer students descend upon campus in late August, they are greeted by energetic Brandeis students. Known to them as their Orientation Leaders (OLs), sporting anything… Read More...

Enough is Enough: guns, race and empathy in America

At the “Enough is Enough” rally held at Brandeis the other day, a member of Poetic Justice reflected upon their experiences with law enforcement on Brandeis campus when the lockdown of the school occurred. The… Read More...

Brandeis Never Again holds rally for gun violence prevention

Members of the Brandeis community rallied at the Light of Reason last Friday to express support for gun control reform. Students from Brandeis Never Again organized the rally as part of a national school walkout… Read More...

Faculty members recognized with teaching awards

Professors Kristen Mascall (CHEM), Aparna Baskaran (PHYS) and Anita Hannig (ANTH) received teaching awards at the Faculty Meeting on Friday, April 20. The Committee for the Support of Teaching, in conjunction with the Office of… Read More...
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