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Entrepreneur lectures on building his start-up in Israel

Cybersecurity entrepreneur Udi Mokady, Chairman and CEO of CyberArk, an information security company offering Privileged Account Security, gave a lecture in Hebrew on doing business in start-up nations to Hebrew 124, as well as Hebrew… Read More...

Visiting author discusses history of the Iranian Revolution

A visiting professor from the London School of Economics spoke about human rights and the global history of the Iranian revolution, as part of the working process for his book to get reactions from the… Read More...

Brandeis graduates speak about financial issues at Brandeis

Two Brandeis graduates co-led a talk discussing the issues that lower income students face at “elite” colleges such as Brandeis, and how some of the issues they had could be solved. Gwendolyn Berumen ’16 and… Read More...

Wake up, your ancestors are calling

History is a really funny thing. We, as humans, are inclined to believe that people change, and what happened in the past will not happen in the future. But, in my humble opinion, human nature… Read More...

Brandeis Alum nominated for US Attorney

President Donald Trump nominated Matthew H. Solomson ’96 for a seat on the United States Court of Federal Claims on March 1, according to the White House website. His nomination is under discussion in the… Read More...

An economic education, please?

According to the Council for Economic Education’s annual Survey, only 22 states in the U.S. require that students at public high schools take an economics class before they graduate. Global statistics are hard to find,… Read More...

Editor gives tips on publishing a book

Those unsure how to proceed after writing a dissertation came to a question and answer session with Kate Wahl, publishing director and editor-in-chief of Stanford University Press, who discussed the publishing process from the perspective… Read More...

Why is my campus ugly and why should I care?

As the college application season is coming to an end for high schoolers, I can’t help but feel nostalgic for when I was in their shoes, only a year ago. It was definitely a stressful… Read More...

Panelists discuss violent extremism

Three experts on violent extremism from various backgrounds participated in a panel discussion on countering and preventing violent extremism, moderated by Prof. Jytte Klausen (POL). The discussion was focused on understanding the relationship between Islamophobia… Read More...

Send the flyers flying

Inspired by last week’s piece on plastic utensils and bags on campus and my recent trip back home, I also wanted to share an idea on how to make the Brandeis campus more green. The… Read More...
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