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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...

Physics and fine arts collaborate on climate change

Students, faculty and staff gathered on Monday for a presentation about the interdisciplinary relationship between science and art with regards to climate change. The presentation, which was part of the annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of… Read More...

The next mass extinction

Growing up, I never really thought about how much I wasted. If I did not want something my parents had put on my dinner plate, I would just throw it away, along with the paper… Read More...

Brandeis Innovation: the intersection of entrepreneurship and research

UPDATED 4/18 at 2:11 p.m. “Brandeis Innovation is one of Brandeis’ best-kept secrets,” said Rebecca Menapace, the assistant provost for innovation as well as the executive director of the Office of Technology and Licensing and… Read More...

A sugar tax on the companies, not the consumers

Obesity rates for children and adults are on the rise across not only the United States but also most Westernized countries in the world. A heavy fat and sugar diet is to blame. As more… Read More...

The community oriented future for Goldfarb and Farber

As a central hub for innovation and studying, Goldfarb Library and Farber Study Hall are at the center of campus, allowing students to study late into the night and collaborate with classmates. Matthew Sheehy, the… Read More...

Betsy DeVos does not have America’s best interests in mind

If the American education system has any chance of improving its international standing, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has got to go. All students deserve an equal opportunity at a great education, and Betsy DeVos’… Read More...
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