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In the Senate 4/5

Vice President Kendal Chapman ’22 announced that Senate meetings will be biweekly. She also mentioned that she wanted to get rid of misconceptions “[to] make sure people aren’t accidentally self sabotaging.” This would be done… Read More...

A screen-less quarantine

Being stuck at home sucks. But with sitting at home all day, it is very easy to end up spending days and days on end staring at screens (alternating between your computer and phone). So… Read More...

Majors at Brandeis: where do you stand?

Brandeis is known for having a large number of students with multiple majors and minors. It was not until 2017, however, that double majors were more common than single majors, with 49.4 percent and 45.9… Read More...

Stop calling it ‘the Ukraine’

There are a lot of bothersome things about Brandeis: laundry, food, overcrowded classes, the list can go on and on. But we would like to focus on an issue that might not bother a lot… Read More...

COVID-19: Pathway to a Pandemic?

Panelists from across the United States gathered for an online-panel about various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.   The panelists included Elanah Uretsky (IGS/ANTH), Katherine A. Mason, a Professor of Anthropology at Brown University, Jennifer Bouey,… Read More...

Univ. hears presentations from prospective dining providers

The university is currently in the process of selecting a new dining contractor, with the university’s current contract with Sodexo ending this June. As part of the process for responding to Brandeis’ Request for Proposals… Read More...

Visual artist receives 2019-2020 Creative Arts Award

Fred Wilson, a visual artist, received the Brandeis 2019-2020 Creative Arts Award for his achievements in the world of visual arts. According to the Brandeis website, the award “recognizes excellence in the arts and the… Read More...

University was ranked #136 in College Risk-Reward Indicator study

Brandeis University was ranked #136 in the annual College Risk-Reward Indicator (CRRI) study, with a score of 4.42. Princeton University in Princeton, NJ ranked first with a CRRI score of 47.44. The study defines the… Read More...

What do two thousand calories look like?: The cookie edition

We have all heard that the average person should eat about 2,000 calories a day. It varies from person to person, depending on things such as sex, age, how active you are and a bunch… Read More...

Bringing bleeding risk under control

Unintentional injury is the number one cause of death in young adults between the ages of 15 and 24, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Often, the unintended injuries involve bleeding, which is… Read More...
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