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Cancer: a tumor that plagues society or a mechanism of collaboration?

The concept of cancer is a complicated and convoluted issue that many individuals struggle to understand. Some may feel an aversion due to relationships with individuals who may have dealt with cancer. Although many people… Read More...

SEA Thrift Store offers alternative shopping opportunity on campus

The Students for Environmental Action (SEA) Thrift Store was started in fall 2019 in an attempt to make students more aware of the environmental footprint that the fashion industry has left on the world. As… Read More...

‘I Am Global Week’ exhibits various cultures

I Am Global Week is a week during which Brandeis celebrates the global achievements of its community and allows for international and domestic students to work together to display said global community. I Am Global… Read More...

Kindness Week brings Brandeis faculty and students together

This year, Nov. 10 to 15 marks Kindness Week, a week in which students and faculty come together to celebrate being kind to one another and spreading positivity. Kindness Week was created 10 years ago… Read More...

Meet the Faculty Senate

While most Brandeis students might be familiar with the Student Union Senate, they might not know about a similar body that represents the faculty members that form an integral part of life at Brandeis: the… Read More...

Brandeis Buddies bridges gaps between individuals

In an email interview, Amy Ollove ’21, Norma Stobbe ’20 and Theresa Weis ’20, the coordinators of Brandeis Buddies, explain that Brandeis Buddies is a social and recreational program that partners with Opportunities for Inclusion,… Read More...

Manfredo’s goals as the Emergency Management Director

UPDATED 10/31 9:15 p.m. In many cases when emergencies strike, terror and uproar are created in the community. Individuals then have to deal with the aftermath of the emergency and must work together to mend… Read More...

Diamond’s hopes for inclusivity in Waltham schools

Marisa Diamond’s deep connection to Brandeis came before she was born, through her mother Marci Diamond ’91, who was a varsity track and field athlete, a Justice Brandeis Scholar and Waltham Group Coordinator. Marci Diamond… Read More...

The Ottoman Empire: a complex anomaly

Brandeis welcomes a new class titled “The Ottoman Empire: From Principality to Republic by way of Empire” taught by Professor Amy Singer (HIST). This class explores the rise and fall of the Ottoman Empire as… Read More...

HAWP aims to teach campus about health and wellness

After a decade away from her alma mater, Leah Berkenwald ’07 is back as the Wellness Promotion Program Manager for Health and Wellness Promotion (HAWP).  HAWP helps to coordinate campus-wide health and wellness efforts through… Read More...
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