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Brandeis reflects on mission and purpose, planning and evaluation

Brandeis reflected on how the university is living up to its mission and its plans for the future in the first part of a self-study conducted by the university in September 2018. The self study,… Read More...

Democratic nominees vs. climate change. Who won?

It is becoming more and more apparent that we are in a climate emergency. People of all ages across the world are standing up and urging others to join them in making the difference to… Read More...

Women’s basketball trip showcases culture and competition

The women’s basketball team’s recent trip to Europe is one that the teammates will take with them throughout the rest of their Brandeis careers. Every four years, the team travels to a different part of… Read More...

Volleyball goes 1-2 on the weekend

Brandeis Volleyball opened up its 2019 season with a three-set victory over Westfield State University as part of the Springfield College Classic.  The first set was a battle going back and forth, as Brandeis opened… Read More...

What really is Labor Day?

Labor Day is a holiday that most of us in the United States take for granted. For students, it’s another day off of school and a great ease into the new school year. For adults,… Read More...

Brandeis Improv Society teaches improv to all

Comedy is enjoyable for all but hard as a craft to master on its own. On campus, while we are known for our numerous a cappella groups, we shouldn’t fail to notice the large quantities… Read More...

Professor testifies in lawsuit, J&J pays $572 million

Judge Thad Balkman has ordered Johnson and Johnson (J&J) to pay the state of Oklahoma $572 million for their contribution to the opioid crisis in the state, citing a Brandeis professor’s testimony in his decision.… Read More...

A feminist perspective on bioethics

Sociologists and researchers have long looked into the disparities and inequalities that lie in health care, oftentimes looking into the differences depending on socioeconomic status and location. However, with the changing viewpoints on gender and… Read More...

Rose Art Museum showcases inaugural summer exhibitions

The Rose Art Museum opened its doors for the this summer for their inaugural summer exhibitions. Since its founding in 1961, the Rose Art Museum has usually been closed during the summer months, coinciding with… Read More...

Emily Bryson nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year

After running both cross country and track for the past four years at Brandeis, Emily Bryson ’19 graduated this past May as one of the most decorated athletes in Brandeis history with four national titles… Read More...
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