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Reflecting on Nobel Prize winners

With the recent awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Brandeis professor Michael Rosbash (BIOL) and professor emeritus of biology Jeffrey Hall for their work o… Read More...

STAR addresses peer counseling needs

Students Talking About Relationships (STAR) defines “relationship” in the broadest sense of the word. Whether a student needs to talk about their relationship with a frien… Read More...

A historical and global perspective of social justice

“When you hear the year 1968, what’s the first thing you think of?” This is one of the first questions that Professor Manijeh Moradian (HIST) wants to ask her students next se… Read More...

Prof. Lisman leaves impact on scientific community

On Friday, Oct. 20, Professor John Lisman of the Biology department passed away, surrounded by his family. He was 73 years old.

Prof. Lisman spent many years of his life at Brandeis … Read More...

Club Spotlight: Poetic Justice

Midterms can get in the way of poetry slams. But even on an “off night” for Brandeis’ new slam poetry team Poetic Justice, a small group of students gathered at Cholmondeley… Read More...

A conversation with Chief Callahan

As Director of Public Safety, Ed Callahan has a lot to do every day. From overseeing 70 undergraduate BranVan drivers, the parking office, the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (B… Read More...

A writing class for scientists

For the more scientifically inclined first-year, a required writing seminar may seem a little daunting. Luckily, Brandeis’ diversity of seminars includes classes that stra… Read More...

A conversation with @crocsofbrandeis

If you have a particular affinity for a shoe that is flexible, comfortable, waterproof, durable and, above all, stylish, you have probably heard of the instagram account @crocso… Read More...

Brandeis National Committee fundraises and engages with the community

On your way into the Goldfarb library, take a moment to look at the glass panels inscribed with hundreds of names that line the walls immediately to your right. The panels surround a … Read More...

Financial aid office hopes to educate students

$65,928. That’s the number that landed Brandeis the 23rd slot in Business Insider’s 2017 list of “The Most Expensive Colleges in America.” To many families, that amount … Read More...

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