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BASO’s seventh annual Night for Africa, vibrant and powerful

Brandeis African Students Organization (BASO) held its stunning, seventh annual Night for Africa in Levin Ballroom on Saturday, Nov. 11. In celebration of the various cultures … Read More...

Crenshaw delivers thought-provoking lecture on intersectionality

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, the influential scholar who coined the term “intersectionality,” received the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler prize on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Crensh… Read More...

‘Ebony Axis’ touches upon race and intersectionality with Kimberlé Crenshaw

This past week marked the launch of the third installment of “Ebony Axis,” a poetry zine for black women founded by LaShawn Simmons ’18. The launch event was held on Oct. 23 in … Read More...

Close Looking Series at the Rose explores sexuality, gender, HIV/AIDS and the female body

How do we have sex after the AIDS crisis? This was only one of the questions that Prof. Tom King (ENG) and Susan Metrican (FA) considered at the first session of the Close Looking seri… Read More...

Take advantage of little-known Brandeis services

As a junior at Brandeis, I’ve come to learn about a variety of programs and services that are interesting, useful and beneficial to undergraduates—but which are often underu… Read More...

Add more lactose-free yogurt on campus

Of the many complaints I may have about Brandeis’ dining services, lately there has been one that outweighs them all: the lack of lactose-free yogurt options in the C-Store and iRead More...

Unhelpful renovations keep East windows closed

It is said that when a door closes, a window opens. Unless you live in East. Due to renovations made over the summer, a large number of the windows in East dorms can no longer be opened b… Read More...

Teenage artists contribute to MFA’s latest exhibit “HOMiE”

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is the fourth largest museum in the United States, and with many newly opened galleries, it is definitely worth a visit. The building is massive, cy… Read More...

Prof. Jasmine Johnson (AAAS, WGSS) wins award for inspired teaching, discusses student engagement

Professor Jasmine Johnson (AAAS/WMGS) has received an award, in part, for inspired teaching, but one of her most inspiring teachers was Ula Taylor, an African-American studies Read More...

The benefits of taking languages past the level-30 requirement

With a slew of university requirements to fulfill before graduation, many Brandeis students grudgingly sit through 30-level language classes in order to satisfy the language r… Read More...

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