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Judges compete in Olympic Fencing Trials

Brandeis Judges rookies Jessica Morales ’23 and Maggie Shealy ’23 competed in the first of four Olympic Trial events this past weekend in Kansas City, MO. Points earned during this event and other international scoring… Read More...

Men’s soccer go 2-1 on the weekend

Senior midfielder Max Breiter ’20 scored once against Washington University (WashU) in St. Louis and twice against Springfield as the Judges won two of three games this past week. The Judges are now 9-3-4 on… Read More...

Univ. analyzes education effectiveness

Students transferring to other institutions is the most common reason students withdraw from Brandeis, a self-study published in September 2018 found. The study also looked into educational effectiveness and external and internal reviews of academic… Read More...

Majority of adult American Jewish pop. found in three states

There are almost 7.5 million Jewish-identifying individuals in the United States, according to a study published by the Steinhardt Social Research Institute in July 2019. The study added that Jewish people are also older and… Read More...

‘Battle of the Chefs’ brings fall-themed cuisine

It’s like World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) fights, but with food. In its annual tradition, Brandeis will be competing in the “Battle of the Chefs,” a Sodexo sponsored event. Brandeis’ Senior Executive Chef Ken Peckham is… Read More...

Brandeis’ online reporting site offers anonymity with follow-up

UPDATED: Oct. 18, 2019. 9:45 AM Brandeis students, faculty and staff can now report incidents of discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct anonymously online, where the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO)—an office formed in March 2019… Read More...

Univ. staff underappreciated, endowment spending high

A Brandeis survey found that staff members feel underappreciated and overworked on campus, according to a self-study published by the university in September 2018. The study also looked at endowment spending and structural issues.  In… Read More...

It’s tomb for ‘It’s Time’

I’ve been singing “Baby Shark” in my head every few weeks for the past year, waiting for “Lil Oscar” and “Grouchy Mane” to return to the Brandeis campus. And exactly one year after “It’s Time,”… Read More...

Proposal threatens graduate unionization

Brandeis graduate students may no longer have the ability to unionize with the proposal of a new ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)—which comes a year after Brandeis graduates ratified their first labor… Read More...

Professor uses prize to see sloths, monkeys

Professor John Wilmes (MATH) figured his odds at winning the Wellington Prize, a prize for assistant professors on campus, were slim to none and decided to not attend the faculty meeting when the drawing was… Read More...
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