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Brandeis team talks the talk at the Hult Prize Competition

Imagine presenting an idea to an audience of business leaders who stare down your soul as fellow competitors wait for you to choke. You nervously clutch the microphone and stare into the eyes of a… Read More...

The Woodland Caribou: A declining species

On Monday, March 11, Brandeis University conducted the seventh annual Mandel Lectures in the Humanities, featuring the first of three lectures by Professor Nancy Langston on the topic of “Ghost Species: the Uncertain Future of… Read More...

Brandeis hosts the 2019 New England SACNAS Regional Meeting

On Saturday, March 23, Brandeis will be hosting the 2019 New England SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) Regional Meeting from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The goal of this… Read More...

New Minority and Philosophy chapter at Brandeis

What does one think of when they imagine philosophers? Maybe they think of the names Immanuel Kant, Noam Chomsky, Sigmund Freud, René Descartes and Karl Marx. What do all of these people have in common?… Read More...

Inclusivity at Brandeis talks back

As part of ’Deis Impact, on Wednesday, Feb. 6, the Caribbean Cultural Club hosted an event called “The Talk Back Session: Inclusion in Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs).” The event consisted of a panel of students,… Read More...

Brandeis welcomes midyears

Being a first-year in college is hard enough, but imagine beginning your first semester at Brandeis in January. While other first-years rejoice to see their friends after a long and restful break, you have to… Read More...

New course to explore white ‘Middle America’

The newest addition to the English department in the courses dated post-1800 is ENG 88b, titled “Rednecks, Hillbillies, and White Trash: Literature and Culture of the ‘Deplorables.’” This class aims to explore sources written by… Read More...

‘Through Lines’ series changes perspectives on Rose artwork

The current collection at the Rose Art Museum contains the works of 35 male artists and six female artists. Furthermore, there are only seven artists of color. On Saturday, Nov. 17, Sheida Soleimani, an Assistant… Read More...

Brandeis Asian American Task Force posted timeline in library

In most cases, Asian American history is touched upon in high school history classes as a small unit or topic to educate students on the timeline in which Asian Americans immigrated to the United States.… Read More...

Close Looking: Hyman Bloom’s “Corpse of Man”

“A dead body is itself a strange thing—it’s in the liminal between a person and an object.” What happens after death? Are we forever gone or do our souls remain lurking to watch over our… Read More...
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