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Living it up on top at Hadestown

All aboard the railroad car! Next stop: Anaïs Mitchell’s “Hadestown.” This Broadway musical addresses the struggles of the 21st century through the storyline of an ancient Greek tragedy.  Hadestown brings to life the ancient Greek… Read More...

Students rally to protest militarism

UPDATED: 1/24 at 3:35 p.m. Brandeis students are rallying “to reclaim [the country’s] resources from the war industry, reinvest in life-giving resources, and repair collaborative relationships with the earth and people around the world” as… Read More...

Guest speaker presents on medieval conversion to Christianity

Professor Nina Caputo from the History Department of The University of Florida discussed problems with religious conversion in the medieval period on Jan. 21 in Lown 315. Sponsored by The Tauber Institute for the Study… Read More...

Son of Brandeis’ first chairman of the Board of Trustees, Baba Ram Dass, dies at 88

Richard “Baba Ram Dass” Alpert, son of the first chairman of the Brandeis Board of Trustees George Alpert, died at age 88 on Dec. 22, 2019 at his home in Maui, HI. His death was… Read More...

Brandeis alumnus testifies in ‘Crossfire Hurricane’

Inspector General Michael Horowitz ’84 gave testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on December 11, two days after releasing a 434-page report reviewing an investigation opened by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in July… Read More...

Study shows walking more leads to better sleep

Increasing the number of steps an individual walks every day has been linked to deeper sleep, Alycia Sullivan Bisson (GRAD) found in a recent Brandeis study that looked at the effects of exercise on a… Read More...

Professor comments on tensions between Iran and US

Tensions between the United States and Iran have been escalating after a series of airstrikes killed both Iranian and American people. Brandeis Professor Nadar Habibi (ECON) commented on the current situation in an article from… Read More...

Hoot’s winter in …

Iceland  Sabrina Chow Don’t get me wrong. I love being from the Midwest. The overly-polite stereotypes, flat lands and four lane highways are some of my favorite things to return to after being in Massachusetts… Read More...

‘Little Women’ on the big screen should not be missed

“Little Women” was written by Louisa May Alcott 150 years ago, and her novel has been passed down generation after generation due to its relevant themes and relatable characters. Now the story has been brought… Read More...

Director of Accessibility Support candidates seek to increase accessibility

The University hosted three finalists for the new Director of Accessibility Support for Student Accessibility Services, after the retirement of the previous director, Beth Rodgers-Kay.  The search committee, led by Dean of Academic Services Erika… Read More...
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