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The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance: A safe place to express yourself

The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) at Brandeis was created as a subdivision of the Feminist Majority Foundation. The main goal of the Feminist Majority Foundation is to “empower intersectional communities economically, socially, and politically.”… Read More...

HealthBits: A platform that educates individuals “bit-by-bit” on public health

Sabreen Huq ‘22 and Maheeb Rabbani ‘23 have created HealthBits, an online platform that aims to provide resources to educate individuals on issues related to public health. HealthBits is an educational platform that is used… Read More...

Students help Students with Brandeis Mutual Aid Fund

The Brandeis Mutual Aid Fund provides financial, mental health, transportation and food support through anonymous means. This fund is not a charity or a means to help the “less fortunate,” and  is unaffiliated with Brandeis… Read More...

Sports as a lens

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, sporting events and activities were brought to a halt however, individuals did not stop having conversations regarding sports. Sports conversations extend beyond simply discussing how to play the sport or… Read More...

Marc Weinberg: the man, the myth, the legend

Professor Marc Weinberg has been teaching at Brandeis since 2005 and has taught various classes in film production. He currently teaches ENG 79A (Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay), ENG 139B (Screenwriting Workshop: Intermediate Screenplay) and ENG… Read More...

Women of Color Alliance diversifies its audience

UPDATED: 3/10 6:30 p.m. Recently, the Women of Color Alliance (WOCA) has diversified its audience so that more people would feel welcome to attend. The main goal of WOCA is to create connections among different… Read More...

New class pushes for intersectionality

This semester, a new class titled “HISP 178B: Latinx Futurisms,” will be taught by Professor María Durán, a Florence Levy Kay Fellow in U.S. Latinx Cultural Studies. Durán is a new professor here at Brandeis.… Read More...

A day in the life of a PARC Peer Advocate

When Kharmalina Tong ’20 enters the Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center (PARC) office, the first thing she does is log in to the chat service present on the PARC website. She aids others in the… Read More...

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...
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