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Men place fourth, women fifth at UAA indoor track and field championships

Last weekend, the Judges headed to New York City to compete at The Armory for the University Athletic Association (UAA) indoor track and field championships meet, hosted by New York University (NYU). After the two-day… Read More...

Men’s and women’s track and field hit PR’s, school records before UAA’s

Two school records were broken over the past few weekends by the men’s and women’s track and field team, as well as personal records (PR) for much of the team. The team travelled to Medford,… Read More...

Men’s tennis place fourth at ITA DIII Team Indoor Championships

The No. 8 ranked Judges men’s tennis team won in their season opener to Bentley University 8-1. The Judges are now 1-0 on the season, giving Bentley its first loss of the season with a… Read More...

Framework for the Future approved by Board of Trustees, Framework initiatives to drive future projects

The Board of Trustees has approved the Framework for the Future, the strategic vision for Brandeis that was announced by President Ron Liebowitz in Nov. 2018, according to an email sent out by Liebowitz to… Read More...

Men’s and women’s swimming place eighth at UAA Championships

Multiple school records were broken at the swimming and diving University Athletic Association (UAA) championships at the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL, including the Judges’ oldest school record.  Rookie Ema Rennie ’23 was one… Read More...

Women’s tennis drops first two of the season with limited roster

The No. 10 ranked Judges fell in their season openers to Bryant University and MIT 1-8 and 0-9, respectively. The Bryant Bulldogs improve to 4-3 on the season and the MIT Engineers are now 1-0. … Read More...

Univ. expands travel restrictions as COVID-19 threat grows

Brandeis administration has expanded the official university travel restriction to include both mainland China and Korea after the continued expansion of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), according to an email sent out by Provost Lisa Lynch… Read More...

Prof. comments on medically assisted death

Medically assisted death is the path of most resistance for individuals looking to die with dignity in the United States, Professor Anita Hannig (ANTH) wrote in a commentary with WBUR.  Out of all the countries… Read More...

Dining hall satisfaction increases by two percent

The overall satisfaction for campus dining locations on campus was 77 percent, two percent higher than 2018, according to a press release from Brandeis Dining on its annual satisfaction survey. Sixty-five percent of students also… Read More...

Neighborhoods are important to child development, new study finds

The neighborhood that a child grows up in matters for a child’s health and development, according to a new study published through The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, in collaboration with diversitydatakids.org. The… Read More...
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