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Students share vision for future of Brandeis

In light of President Fred Lawrence’s impending departure from Brandeis, students were invited to join Larry Kanarek, member of the Board of Trustees and chair of the Presidential Search Committee, members of the Board of Trustees and the Student Union … Read More...

Brief: Tuition increases announced for next year

In an email sent to the Brandeis community last week, President Fred Lawrence announced a 3.7 percent increase in annual billed charges for the 2015-2016 academic year, a decision approved by the Board of Trustees.

The rise is identical to … Read More...

Facilities employee Rivera passes away at age 57

Ricardo Rivera, a former facilities employee who was with Brandeis for 34 years, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 24 at the young age of 57. Over two weeks later, the Brandeis community was notified of his passing in an email … Read More...

Brandeis to host first Plympton family night

In light of the success of Stanley Family Night, Clubs in Service (CIS) will be hosting the first annual Plympton Family Night on April 13. The event will be hosted at the local Plympton Elementary School, where Brandeis students and … Read More...

From exile to performance, activist Gayflor inspires hope

Exiled from her home country in the midst of civil war, Fatu Gayflor, renowned vocalist, founder and artistic director of the Liberian Women’s Chorus for Change, spoke to the Brandeis community on Thursday, March 5 to share legacies of loss, … Read More...

Sorensen Fellows prepare for summer projects

Awarded the prestigious Sorensen Fellowship, eight undergraduate students will soon be preparing to embark on summer internship experiences located across the globe, from New York to Ethiopia. The International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, which sponsors the program, … Read More...

Community highlighted in heartfelt student testimonies

Following a successful online campaign, the social media event #BrandeisIsOurHouse came to Brandeis again this week in a physical form on campus.

The event was organized by Kelsey Segaloff ’15, who, upset by the wave of negativity at on social … Read More...

‘Selma’ resonates amid current racial tensions

Following the previous night’s showing of the critically acclaimed film “Selma,” directed by Ava DuVernay, Rapaporte Treasure Hall filled to capacity as students gathered for a discussion on race and civil rights on Thursday, Jan. 22. Moderated by President Fred … Read More...

Online controversy provokes intense debate

In the wake of the controversy sparked by the tweets of student Khadijah Lynch ’16 published by Daniel Mael ’15 on Dec. 20 to conservative news website Truth Revolt over winter break, the safety of students and the nature of … Read More...

Ambitious alumnus debuts film

Having written, directed and produced the film “Wild Ruse,” David French ’13 eagerly anticipates the premiere of the surrealist heist film, an ambitious project which required approximately 10 months to produce and involved the near arrest of the entire cast … Read More...

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